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Parlez-vous français?

When I first decided in Grade 6 that I wanted to be a teacher, my Mom (a teacher) told me that I would always have a job in the field of education if I was qualified to teach French. 1,109 more words

In The Classroom

Martin Luther King Day 2017 -- Online Teaching Resources

In English Composition courses, I usually assign Martin Luther King’s “Letter from a Birmingham Jail.” I’ve heard from students that they really appreciate having that reading included. 352 more words

Just Ask Siri!

The #edublogsclub prompt this week (read more about the group and join here) has the participants sharing what their classroom and work spaces look like and how they are set up. 961 more words

Sheila Vick

Using the language

Learning English – or any language – is all very well, but what are you going to do with it? And at what point can you be said to be using it, rather than learning it? 443 more words

In The Classroom

Update: Teachers accused of giving hints on state tests fired

Update:  The school board agreed to fire the teachers. The item was on a consent agenda and passed without comment at Wednesday’s special meeting. For more details see the full story here.  210 more words

News

Update: Teachers accused of giving hints on state tests fired

Update:  The school board agreed to fire the teachers. The item was on a consent agenda and passed without comment at Wednesday’s special meeting. For more details see the full story here.  210 more words

Bnblogs

On Shifting the Narrative by Taylor Brorby (Writers to Read: Brian Doyle)

You and I know this story, it’s the story of Sandy Hook Elementary. We know the outline, we know what happened. But what Brian Doyle does in “Dawn and Mary” is not only dazzling, it is deeply moving—he shifts the narrative focus. 882 more words