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Imagine giving up all books, all worksheets, all construction paper, all post-it notes for two weeks! But our paperless test teacher was up to the challenge.
Teaching our kids Spanish has been a journey. We have learned that small changes with Spanish Phrases in our daily conversations is key.
I have something to say about being a mom of a child who attends school. In truth, it could be applied to any of my children and probably yours, too. When I think about what I’ve had to do in order to be considered a “good mom” for my children’s schools (and, let’s face it, MORE »
As my teenage daughter enters the homestretch of her sophomore year of high school, she is once again fretting the alphabet. I’m referring to the many college admission exams and their associated acronyms. SAT stands for the Scholastic Assessment Test, and it’s been around since the early 1900s. In the 1930s the test took on MORE »
I’ve seen this image come up several times, usually posted by friends of mine who are teachers, and as you might guess from my post last week, I’ve got a problem with it. Who appointed teachers to determine what kind of person my child is? It certainly wasn’t me; I think it’s my job. Sure MORE »
I decided to record the presentation I made to 497 K-3rd grade students at the beginning of April if for no other reason than to prove to myself that I really did it. I also wanted to see how many kids were actually paying attention and how many were picking their noses. When I came MORE »
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