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Real beauty is breathtaking. Whether it is a figure of beauty or an act of beauty.

The tea plantations, for example, of the Niligiri Hills in Tamil Nadu, will take your breath away. 1,062 more words


Org Theory Reading Reflection 2: Teacher Turnover and Teacher Shortages

This week’s assignment was to choose one article to summarize and analyze.

Ingersoll, R. M. (2001). Teacher Turnover and Teacher Shortages: An Organizational Analysis, American Educational Research Journal… 1,156 more words

Professional Reflections

A Day in the Life

Since teachers, in my neck of the woods, must report back to school tomorrow, I thought I would write a post about the, often misunderstood, life of a teacher. 1,506 more words

Garden Summer Camp 2015

Garden Summer Camp – 2015

This past summer, I had the honor and privilege to be part of the teaching team for the Gardens Summer Camp in Las Vegas, Nevada, a camp centered on Permaculture.   732 more words

Curriculum And Classes


What I never wanted to forget
was the cold unforgiving eye with which
I looked out upon the wilderness

Even with it, there’s a refreshing comfort – 201 more words


Apple for Teacher

I can still remember that exciting feeling of buying school supplies for the first day of school. We didn’t have extensive lists printed at the local supply store, you just brought your usual haul: Lisa Frank-themed No. 270 more words


Why Should You Read Literature?

Literature refers to literary pieces such as novels, plays, and poetry that have greatly been influencing people through time. The Epic of Gilgamesh, Things Fall Apart, The Tale of Genji, The Bacchae, The God of Small Things, Odyssey, Journey to the West, Dead Poet’s Society, and others are examples of literature that manifest inspiring convictions, values, and actions. 983 more words