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Meet Herodotus—the Hedgehog

Hey there, Book Learners!

It’s officially spring, and even in Michigan, we seem to be moseying our way toward warmer weather.

This is cause for celebration in and of itself, but to make things even better, we also have a new book that just hit the shelves! 364 more words


The Challenge of Feedback

I just finished Thanks for the Feedback. I cannot say enough good things about it. Put on your to-be-read pile. I picked three ideas and my next steps. 208 more words

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Looking Into The Educational Benefits Of Comics With The Pop Culture Classroom

Reading comics is a good way of exposing people to new ideas and exploring real life issues. More importantly, they can be an educational tool for children, which is a message that the… 343 more words


On consciously and unconsciously knowing

A Facebook friend of mine, very articulate, a sharp thinker, and with multiple academic degrees in “hard” subjects, was discussing his frustration with only speaking one language, and even so, “don’t ask me about the rules of grammar. 709 more words


Book Learning

Sid quote: What every intelligent cat and hoomin needs a map, an English dictionary and a word finder. Book learning never stops.

Summer Reading

The Prompt: What have you learned, or participated in, this summer that has made you a better educator and that you may (or will) apply this coming school year as you work with students and staff? 363 more words

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