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‘A little bird told me!’

There is no shortage of talking, debating, questioning and imagining things in our home! And while we tend toward creativity when it comes to problem-solving, cooking, and filling out forms for the Paper People Tribe (as my husband calls them), there is much to be said for always having a firm grasp of the facts. 692 more words

Hot off the Press: Pedagogy Toolkit (iBook Store)

I am proud to share that the international collaboration among technology integration experts, or more specifically, Apple Distinguished Educators, has been published in the iBook Store. 166 more words

EdTech Tips


As teachers we want our students to get to know the classics and to feel the excitement, joy, angst, helplessness, sorrow, regret, and all of the feelings a good book evokes in us. 287 more words

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Slide into Summer

It’s hard to believe another school year has come and gone. I’m so proud of all my Early Literacy kiddos! They have worked SO hard this year, and I know you have worked hard with them at home as well. 127 more words

Oral Language

Syria may amount to war crimes

Amnesty International said on Wednesday that nearly three months of Russian air raids in Syria have killed hundreds of civilians, many in targeted strikes that could constitute war crimes. 498 more words

Reading Comprehension

* Christopher and me: defining success

Christopher failed the reading portion of the End of Grade (EOG) tests.

I tutor my precious nephew, Christopher, a 4th grader on the AU spectrum.   369 more words

Autism Matters

A Four Question Quiz

It just irritates me when I hear a preacher or believer say we don’t know what God has prepared for us as believers. These people quote one verse to make that claim and then they stop reading. 1,061 more words

Spirit, Soul & Body