Developing PD Attitudes

Jen Hudson Uncategorized

It was week 5 of the school year. In my work with beginning teachers, relationships were growing, trends were starting to emerge, and similar questions were beginning to become commonly asked. This year, however, the most common theme of the

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Reflecting with Colored Pencils

Jen Hudson Uncategorized

Eleven years ago when I graduated from NAU after student teaching, I was given one of the most versatile gifts, reflective gifts I have ever received. Twenty-four colored pencils. These colored pencils have seen me through moving classrooms and sites,

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The Hustle

Jen Hudson Education, Life in the Classroom

I’ll freely admit I am far from a perfect parent. My almost-two-year-old loves music and there is only so much “Baby Shark” and “Baby Beluga” one mama can take. The other day, when he asked for “Music, please, Mama,” I

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Noisy Trees

Jen Hudson Current Affairs, Education

I’ve always been obsessed with Aspen trees. When I was younger,they were the “noisy trees” because of the way the wind rattled off of the leaves. When I was in college at NAU, my only science class was an Environmental

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