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Pembroke Reflection #1: Communication is Key

It’s been a little under a month since I’ve started working with the Field Museum on some cool projects in Pembroke, and I’m thrilled to say that my project has already evolved and solidified greatly, and I’ve learned (and confirmed) a lot about conservation. 2,050 more words

Notes From The Field

Tips for Preventing the Teacher Summer Slide

A few weeks back, there was some Twitter buzz on what good teachers should or should not do with their summer break. Should we be learning as much as we can, preparing for our new students, and collaborating with our PLN? 819 more words


My Emergency

The truth of why I haven’t written a lot in these last couple of years is that I’ve been in pain, my cancer experience as a child has caught up to me. 134 more words



Your word for the day…


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Feel free to inquire about its various means through the use of your favorite dictionary. 52 more words

Daily Addictions

The weird logic of requiring balancing companions

We get a lot of questions about our restrictions on registration and the logic behind it. Here’s the story.

At our first events, we found that lots of women who signed up to meet other women didn’t get to do so. 1,048 more words



One of the major themes that continually appeared in my life this year is the divide between the public and private sphere. My Senior Youth curriculum ( 1,449 more words



Today I woke up early (for a Sunday). It was a gorgeous day, so as soon as I’d made some coffee, I headed straight into the garden. 107 more words