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Let Teachers DO!

Notice that there are no “Administration” or “Board of Education (BOE)” gears in this education machine.

If only that were so. YES, administrative and BOE jobs are important and necessary for the efficient running of a school system, but their job descriptions should NOT include constantly telling teachers how to do a job they have been well-trained to do. 544 more words

My Journey

Finding Favor in God

Today’s lesson is to encourage you in your walk with the Lord as you prepare for Celebration of this Christmas.  Just click on the video and get the rest of the story. 214 more words

God

the cover of my book is here. yay!

I am trying to unwind from the Fall 2014 semester. I have even pressed hold on prepping for the Spring 2015 semester (indeed, most of the PDF readings for “Gender, Race and the Urban Space,” my first graduate course, and “Antebellum America,” a new undergraduate course, are done). 204 more words

Sharony Green

Children of War: Voices of Iraqi Refugees by Deborah Ellis - Review and Reflection

Its Christmas vacation.  No school for two weeks.  Aside from spending time with my family and tying strong, loving strings of fellowship with them, I’ve purposed to do a little reading.   1,603 more words

Teaching

Christmas Cheer Part 2

I posted here about some cheerful Christmas activities we were up to a few weeks ago.

We’ve been doing a few other things to get into the Christmas spirit. 405 more words

Life

Adult Educators' Recommendations for Best Free Resources

It was a delight to work with adult educators to share and evaluate a smattering of the free content available out there for adult education and GED Test Prep. 1,207 more words

Adult Education