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Book Review: Joey

In reviewing Joey, I am veering off the blog’s main focus: providing content and thought pieces about teaching kids about the Bible.

On the other hand, I know that many of you have/know older kids who love horses (especially in the middle-school, early high school age group). 240 more words

My Week 2018, vol. 21

I could look at the calendar and see clearly enough that summer was coming, but this week my body realized that the summer was near. For some of our staff, this was likely the busiest week of our year. 1,278 more words

Troy Taylor

What Korean Middle School Students Are Worried About

What Korean Middle School Students Are Worried About

(Or: What my kids wanted to tell me when they had 2 minutes of my undivided attention.) 1,916 more words

Korea

Paperless classroom? No thanks.

I like “this little transaction.”

I don’t have a paperless classroom and it will always be this way. I like the transaction that occurs when students actually turn things in. 515 more words

Education

Meet Lizzy!

So, where to start? I am a passionate, enthusiastic, outspoken, sensitive, born and bred Cincinnatian. As a kid, I loved to be the center of attention, basically never stopped talking, and was known to be a bit stubborn at times…and okay, not much has changed! 456 more words

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Book Review: Ghost

GHOST – Jason Reynolds

Ghost is a young adult novel by Jason Reynolds which follows seventh-grader Castle “Ghost” Cranshaw as he joins a track team and struggles to deal with his past and his present. 305 more words

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Ghost by Jason Reynolds

GHOST – Jason Reynolds

Ghost is a young adult novel by Jason Reynolds which follows seventh-grader Castle “Ghost” Cranshaw as he joins a track team and struggles to deal with his past and his present. 305 more words

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