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Celebrate: Books!

I believe there is always something to celebrate. Today I join with Ruth Ayers and her commuity of writers who celebrate each weekend to celebrate the arrival of new books at our school. 361 more words

Passion For Teaching

Student programs are a priority, not an option

TED Talks are supposed to make you feel a lot and after I saw Kate Simonds’ I’m 17, what I felt was a surge of belongingness. 771 more words


View from the Principal's Office

Being a Principal is



different than anyone can imagine. As different as being a teacher REALLY is than what everyone thinks it is. Teaching is a profession many think they could do. 1,017 more words


Anatomy of a teaching point

I received this text from a colleague this morning:

What is the “how” in this teaching point? She queried.

I read the part right under “Name your teaching point.” 334 more words


Bubblegum Only Holds For So Long

The Arizona Republic reported this morning that two Glendale Elementary School District (GESD) schools would be closed for up to five weeks for structural deficiencies uncovered during a weatherization project. 991 more words


Let's talk about Pokemon Go!

Educators are always looking for an in.

Here are a few reasons we need to know something about Pokemon Go! before our students return to school this fall. 442 more words