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Three Ways to Teach Etched In Clay by Andrea Cheng

Jill Eisenberg, our Resident Literacy Expert, began her career teaching English as a Foreign Language to second through sixth graders in Yilan, Taiwan as a Fulbright Fellow. 873 more words

African/African American Interest

Spring Break is Almost Over

Anyone who is a teacher understands how Spring Break can be like an oasis in the middle of a barren desert.  March can be a long and grueling month; 31 days and (usually) no holidays. 212 more words


SLO NO!! Now What?

I have been staring at this data for TWO days! CRAP!! What happened?? I am looking at my SLO data (student learning objectives) which were written by me as long-term, measurable academic growth targets for each of my students. 1,778 more words


Christian Education

Over the past two years of blogging one of the topics that I’ve written on most, and which has been best received, is Christian education. In light of that I thought it would be wise to organize all those posts. 99 more words

Crossing the Threshold - Part 1

“Your child has been identified as having PDD-NOS (Pervasive Development Disorder-Not Otherwise Specified)” are not words many parents are prepared to hear. However, the truth is countless parents have heard this or something similar. 200 more words

Special Education

Two truths …

Parents don’t have a choice, they have to step into this world prepared or not.

Educators are often the ones telling them they have to take that step.

Special Education

“All-Star” teachers get the first laptops; thousands more to follow

Dr. Jesse Register presented the first of more than 6,000 teacher laptops to five teachers at Lockeland Elementary. Jenny Martin, Julie Philips, Susan Evans, Jessica Tammaro, and Camille Spadafino all received laptops for completing… 206 more words