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Today, I did something I would have thought impossible a few months ago. As a fledgling teacher almost two years ago, I would plan each class in excruciating detail and then work up a Plan B and C and D, in case things didn’t go as planned. 663 more words


Math, McDermid Community School

This week at McDermid Community School, we learnt how to calculate sales taxes and discounts. After a short lecture with a few examples, I set up four stations for the students to work at. 249 more words

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Sustainability lecture

Secretary of the North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Michael S. Regan visited
the campus for a lecture on sustainability. He has held his position since January 2017. 147 more words

What is Justice?

Sofie Rose Seymour is joyful to be a member of HTF Cohort 2, teaching “Participation in Government & Economics” and “Wilderness” at the Urban Assembly School of Applied Math and Science in New York City. 40 more words

Spring Clean-Up with Litterati and Google Maps

It’s finally March, and that means the official start of the seasonal cycle in the Omushkego culture. In the Omushkego Cycle of Life (Ininiwi Pimatisiwin), there are six seasons, beginning with Spring, or Sikwan. 776 more words

In The Classroom.

Twice-Exceptional Learners: Reaching Full Potential

Today’s bloggers are Chin-Wen Lee, University of Louisville, and Jennifer A. Ritchotte, University of Northern Colorado, whose essay on twice-exceptional (2e) learners appears in The Educational Forum… 561 more words

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Mind Blown.

The classroom was quiet although full of students; the only sounds were made by a page turning, someone typing, or the occasional movement of a foot on the carpet as students worked individually on the task that had been set for them. 250 more words

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