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Nov 8 – Lessons of a Cake

This November I am participating in the #ReflectiveTeacher November Blogging Challenge. I hope you enjoy these posts! Today’s Question?  Nov 8 – What memorable moment in the classroom reminds you why you love what you do? I was teaching World Geography to a group of … Continue reading

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Gedding the Basics

Where are you in your journey of shifting your teaching to meet the needs of  students in this fast-changing world?  Especially if like me, you’re not a techie?? As a teacher approaching the age of dinosaurs, I’ve been working really hard over the past … Continue reading

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The Power of a Teacher’s Silence

If I ever doubted how much we affect our students when we’re not even aware of it, I had a visceral reminder of it yesterday while I was teaching. I went to school yesterday with complete laryngitis – absolutely complete laryngitis … Continue reading

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