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Compliments on Teaching

In my teaching situation…some might call it a career….others are less kind, I teach several different classes.  This means more planning for different student needs but also provides relief is one or more (but not all) of the classes aren’t … Continue reading

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July 10, 2014: Unexpectedly Glorious Silence

Today’s Perfect Moment was silence.  Today, I found silence in a most unexpected place.  Silence when you need to work or think can be wonderful.  Too often because of noise, I have to put my earbuds in just to get … Continue reading

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June 11, 2014 When Your Work is Appreciated

As a teacher, I get observed a lot.  Perhaps it is unlike other jobs because it is only in these isolated moments that I come under scrutiny.  Most of the time, I am left to myself and eyebrows only get … Continue reading

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