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“Don’t be too hard on yourself” ~idk.

I’m of the opposite belief!

If I’m not happy… I’m doing something wrong, & although we all make mistakes, that doesn’t mean that I should go easy on myself. 64 more words

Why No One Will Hire You

“Why can’t I get an interview? I know I can do the jobs I apply for.”

Sometimes; okay quite often, I’m asked that question in my job as an Employment Counsellor. 927 more words

Job Search Advice

10 Signs You’re Ignoring Constructive Criticism of Your Writing

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She doesn’t like his book.

So somebody read your writing, and they had some things to say about it.

Bad things. 1,086 more words


Constructive Criticism

Constructive criticism. Just the name makes me think “what an oxy moron”; what can be constructive about criticism? Having given out my fair share of it, I’m sure that it was an oxy moron to the person receiving it too. 458 more words

Weekly Devotions

They aren't bipolar, they just act like Aunt So-n-So!

I say this everytime I speak about our fostering experience! If it was a “bio-child” with certain behaviors, we would say…”Oh! He acts like my/my husband’s side of the family, or aunt so&so, etc.”, but when they are foster/adoptive kids we tend to so quickly rush into bring child to the alter of therapy & diagnosis. 153 more words

Morning Coffee

The bark
On the tree
Outside my kitchen window
Glares unforgivingly
At me
As I cozen
My brother’s creamer
To liven up my morning coffee


What is feedback for learning, and how well do you give it to students? (Reflective Teaching Questions: A 30-Day Blogging Challenge For Teachers - Day 14)

Feedback for learning goes beyond simply writing “good work” on the bottom of the page.

I’m tempted to end this post right here. In one sense, the opening sentence (cheeky though it is in saying this) would be sufficient to answer the question posed for today’s #reflectiveteacher topic. 343 more words