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A child lagging behind the class because they need extra time to complete their work. A child crying because they were given one choice and not the other – the one they wanted – for lunch in the cafeteria. Friends … Continue reading
Dear Students, Good morning and welcome to Second Grade! This is going to be one very amazing year and I am glad that as your teacher, I get to share it with you. I have been thinking of what to … Continue reading
After the commencement ceremony we had dinner and drinks with some friends at a local restaurant. Cody wanted to try on my cap. I think it is a perfect fit!
Tomorrow I walk. Tomorrow I don a cap, gown, and hood and will walk. In retrospect it has been both a short and a long year. I have learned a lot and feel, for the most part, prepared to move … Continue reading
This weekend was a weekend of writing lesson plans. Not the fun and exciting lesson plans that I worked on last weekend for Dr. Seuss Day: Lacing ten beads (or “Truffula seeds”) onto a pipe cleaner with a colorful pom-pom … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, after hearing about a great way to display students’ work in the classroom – work of their choosing, that they were proud of – I decided to create such a wall in our home. I don’t … Continue reading
This weekend I spend most of my time writing lesson plans and completing coursework in preparation for the coming week. This week, while I am still three weeks away from taking over as lead teacher for a period of eight … Continue reading
I am unbelievably busy with the end of the semester almost upon me (my excuse for not blogging in almost 2 weeks!). At this point I am doubtful that I will complete everything in a timely manner with the quality … Continue reading
Yesterday was Friday. On a typical Friday I am in my practicum class in the morning then I leave after lunch to go home and cram in as much of my own schoolwork as I can in the 2.5 hours … Continue reading