One Week

Jen Robinson Uncategorized

Lately, I have been thinking about teacher evaluations, classroom observations and walkthroughs. As our first quarter of school came to a close, I stopped to reflect on my practice. What data, comments or feedback helps teachers move their practice forward?

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Running Out of Time

Rachel Perugini Uncategorized

I am naturally a fast paced person. Like the Energizer Bunny, I bounce around all day long until I get home, bounce slower, and eventually crash into my bed to recharge. Despite all my bouncing, I still have the same

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Who Should Have Seniority?

Sandy Merz Uncategorized

A Return to Work (RTW) teacher in Arizona is one who retires, begins to receive their full pension, but stays on in their teaching position earning a percentage of their salary. This is legal because the RTW teacher technically becomes

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Do it for her

Bonds and Overrides and the Public, Oh My!

Beth Maloney Current Affairs, Education, Education Policy, Life in the Classroom, Social Issues, Teacher Leadership

As a busy teacher/advocate, I am careful to whom I rent space in my head, meaning, I don’t perseverate about things outside my control as much as I did as a newer teacher.  Angry parents don’t phase me anymore.  Administrative

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