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Deep and Wide

Lisa Moberg Current Affairs, Education

“Deep and wide, deep and wide…” goes the children’s gospel song that circulates through my head during these trying two months of my life.  I’ve lost my second job that supports my teacher salary, and on top of it, I

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Having ESP: Why I am Red for Techs

Amethyst Hinton Sainz Current Affairs, Education, Education Policy, Life in the Classroom, Literacy, Love, Uncategorized

When we were kids we used to joke about having ESP, extra-sensory perception. We thought it would be a blast to be psychic, read people’s minds and look into the future. Now, as a junior high teacher, I am often

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Hitting the Like Button: Using Social Media to Grow an Online Community

Leah Clark Professional Development, Uncategorized

I joined Facebook in 2002 when you had to have a college email address to sign up for the social media site. Each day I checked my account in anticipation of the new friend requests I received. Over the years,

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Pop the Bubble

Lisa Moberg Current Affairs, Education

April 22, 2018 Dear Children, When I mentioned possibly not being at school on Thursday, you looked confused.  “Why won’t you be here? Why don’t you want to be with us? Did we do something wrong?” When my own son

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