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Interview with an EFL Teacher: Allison

One of my many plans for The Best Ticher this year is to showcase some other voices, not just my own. After all, I’m not the only EFL teacher out there! 499 more words


Save Time and Go Home Early with this Simple Grading Tip

I sit here in the middle of grading somehow making time to blog. (This is probably why I’m so behind on grading as it is, but I digress.) 357 more words


New Teacher Profiles: Ms. Hermes and Mr. Moon

by Tina Nguyen

Get to know the bubbly, quirky and witty Economics and Global Politics teacher, and Economics and History teacher.


Is There Anybody Out There?

Shout out to the newbies out there.  It’s hard.  There’s nothing harder than being brand new at something.  Two years ago, I switched gears from teaching eighth grade ELA to working as an interventionist K-8.   159 more words

Substitute Teaching: The Good, The Bad and The Weird

I have been substitute teaching for nearly five years. My substitute teaching has been defined in two ways over the past five years:


Oh the Places You'll Go... From Sand to Snow

This weeks blog post challenge is Path. Below are some of my favorite path pictures from places I have been which represent the path I have taken. 97 more words

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No Matter How Far Away You Roam...

The challenge this week is ‘Anticipation‘. A fitting topic given that the holidays are coming. My personal anticipation is not for gifts or the lower 48 shopping, but I do love seeing my family. 1,137 more words

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