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Kids Are Literal

After reading the fable “Why the Bear Has a Short Tail,” a story about a bear who constantly bragged about his long, beautiful tail and then ended up losing it… 111 more words

Kids/Teaching

Letter #002 - February 20th, 2015

-HA! No one told me that I didn’t actually publish this as a blog post…i made it a Page.
Woopsy!
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Dear RB,

When mistakes are made in the workforce, they should be corrected, and the person that made said mistake should potentially be reprimanded, or, at the minimum, talked to. 482 more words

Bad Management

Letter #001 - February 19th, 2015

Dear RB,

I would like to preface this letter with a definition.

Stupidity n. The quality or condition of being stupid.

Now that we’ve gotten that out of the way, I would like to say that, when I took this position, I didn’t think you were stupid. 432 more words

Bad Management

Crossing Lines

What lines are most important? Which lines should never be crossed?

Lines can be both literal and metaphorical. Literal being crossing a road with out looking left or right or when the little red man is still lit. 121 more words

Review: The Categorical Universe of Candice Phee

Author: Barry Jonsberg

Age: Middle School – High School

Genre: Contemporary Fiction

Synopsis: Read Here

Rachel’s Rambles:

This book made me laugh. This book made me tear up. 189 more words

Book Review

Sharing

So, I brought a red leaf to

school today to share with

the kids.  I thought I was

teaching 2nd grade–probably

my most favorite age to teach. 146 more words

Turn The Table.

Turn the table

a categorical expression

means a lot  if thought  intense.

Table is turned

a convenience literally

the space and the wish matters.

Table is turned… 81 more words

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