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A popular practice in Tibetan magick is to make a substitute, which is by no stretch just a Tibetan or Buddhist practice, pretty much every culture has something similar. 929 more words


Subbing for Myself

I had a substitute teacher in my classroom on Tuesday afternoon while I was attending a monthly inquiry group meeting. There were some aspects of the afternoon that did not go as well as I had hoped, and so I spent a considerable amount of time yesterday discussing with my class what they could do better in the future. 1,296 more words

Fourth Grade

Healthy eating Substitutes

If you’ve ever craved a certain food or a certain food group, congratulations, it means you’re human. However, giving in to those pesky cravings can sometimes really put a dampener on our efforts to eat healthily. 92 more words

Apple Crisp

Who doesn’t love a fresh juicy peach crisp the kind with crumbles that melt in your mouth, and perk up any spring day?  Sadly this is not a spring day, but there’s nothing that says you can’t alter it and perk up a fall day. 526 more words


Desks, Worksheets, and Subs, oh why?

It’s Tuesday morning at 7:35am, and I look out at the sea of empty desks soon to be filled with restless minds and motionless bums. I’m just as soothed by the silence as I am by the fact that that my outfit it is actually laundered and my shoes happen to match. 777 more words


Substitute Teachers

I am a part of a number of different committees and inquiry groups that take me away from my classroom from time to time. Most of these absences are for half a day, either the morning or the afternoon. 415 more words

Fourth Grade

Chris Rock: Bullet Control

Guns and bullets are complement goods. This clip from Chris Rock’s HBO comedy special talks about how making the price of bullets $5000 would limit the amount of shootings. 92 more words

Price Controls