Jen Robinson Uncategorized

“There is one thing that is common to every individual, relationship, team, family, organization, nation, economy, and civilization through out the world-one thing which, if removed, will destroy the most powerful government. The most successful business, the most thriving economy,

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TOD: Walk a Mile, Part 2 of 3

Cheryl Redfield Current Affairs, Education, Education Policy, Elementary, Life in the Classroom, National Board Certification, Professional Development, Teacher Leadership

When ED comes to town, teachers wrangle time from exhausting schedules and open their doors to policy types, for the opportunity to influence educational reform.  This was the idea behind “Education Drives America”, to empower educators to leverage their expertise

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Daniela A. Robles Uncategorized

A few weeks back I attended a four day training hosted by a neighboring district. Now, there were the usual concerns associated with a near week long training…Which room would we be crammed into? Would there be adult size chairs?

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Substitute Standards

Lisa Moberg Uncategorized

It was the 28th day of teaching in my first grade classroom, and the inevitable happened- scratchy throat, hacking cough, fever, and body aches.  I lasted less than a month with my adorable finger-licking, phlegm-spewing, runny-nosed students.  I knew it

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