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Study Playlist #1

Afternoon everyone! Hope your Monday has been going well so far!
During my Masters, I spent a lot of time seeking out the perfect study soundtrack, and I thought that I’d share some of the hidden gems I discovered along the way with you this afternoon! 417 more words

Yes, I am a Workshop Junkie

Several years ago I attended a three day Government Governor’s Academy to learn strategies on preparing students to take Government HSA, while attending the workshop I was told there was one spot available to attend a four day workshop on the “We the People” program on Civic Education at Madison’s Montpelier in Virginia and it was free. 474 more words


Understanding Rigor

For several years “Rigor” has been the buzz word in education. We hear about rigor from the content offices, administrators, and department chairs. With as much as rigor is discussed and expected in the classrooms there is always that underlying feeling of confusion. 598 more words


Why Students forgot Everything on your PowerPoint Slides

Every now and then I come across and article or book that sits with me and festers. This is the case when reading an article on EdSurge about… 625 more words


Ugly Beauty

Back in September my students and I scoured the school grounds in order to find the ugliest native Oklahoman bug we could possibly locate. (See my first blog about this… 371 more words


5 Reasons To Start A Blog | Student Life

Hello everyone, and happy Friday! Can you believe it’s the end of another week already?!
For my first proper post on this blog, I thought I’d talk about blogging itself! 671 more words
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Learning Discussion Part 2

Do you think you’re smart? This is how I opened my second discussion on learning with five freshmen students at Boys’ Latin of Philadelphia Charter School last month. 398 more words

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