Monthly Archives: April 2013
It’s always good to be reminded what someone in your corner thinks of you. So I’ve saved a recent classroom observation to use as a catalyst for reflection when rethinking how I want to teach when I return from sabbatical.
At the end of a day when my body is fighting for swift recovery from the one-two punch of allergies and stomach flu, and spirits flagging, I do the thing I do (upload student ePortfolios to storify) in order to delay the thing I need to do (study for my ASL quiz tomorrow). The bid […]
In a word, my work is finished. Today, members of a student team were confident and competent in the presentation of themes of literature, poetry explication and literary criticism. They deftly integrated an ‘unrelated’ writing topic selected by today’s upstander on the impact of media on raising children with their course objective related to deepening […]