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Educator Reflections_My 2016-17 Academic Year Highlights

This will largely be a pictorial journey of my past post-doc year since completing my Ph.D. from the University of Georgia.  I used this period of my life as a time to give back to the Columbus City Schools as a long-term substitute Science Teacher.  104 more words

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Throw Back Tuesday - My university administrator days at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania.

I’m visiting with family in advance of a campus interview up North tomorrow morning and saw this picture of us from over 20 years ago at my sister’s house.  118 more words

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17 Years ago...Where has the time gone?

So I’m over at the Woodward Park Middle School library being impressed by their images of Black role models displayed throughout the building.  I took a picture of a poster board that made note of my Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorors (and adult educator) Septima Clark and Toni Morrison. 107 more words

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Year's Ending Perks - Senior Class Parties with African Sambusa (ESL Students)

The Seniors brought in some delicious African Sambusa during our the 7th period US History class.  I was the Substitute Teacher benefactor having to cover for the ESL teacher today.  95 more words

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Paganism in the Church

I’m going to bring up articles from the archives that most of you never had the opportunity to see.

For the next three days it’ll be articles on “Paganism in the Church,” which were part of a series published by The Chalcedon Foundation in 2006. 78 more words

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Caught Being a Terrific Teacher

So today was just an awesome 👏🏽 day in education for me. 👩. Next week will mark my being the 7th grade science 🔬 teacher at Mifflin Alternative Middle School for two months, as we close out the third quarter today. 235 more words

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