Monthly Archives: May 2013

Corndogs

Corndog day is the worst.  The smell is completely overwhelming, and when it’s combined with the visual of naked, picked-at, rubbery, pink pseudo-meat being waved in the air on sticks, lunchtime becomes truly nauseating. I have one student in my … Continue reading

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What do I do?

I’ve had a couple of long days of parent-teacher conferences.  Lots of engaging conversations, lots of excitement about growth, lots of reflection.  I am proud to report that with a bit of cajoling, I managed to meet with 100% of … Continue reading

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Comparing

One of my favorite tasks is comparing student work from the beginning of the year to their work at the end.  Today was a teacher work day, which meant I had the day to clean, sort, organize, prepare, and compare.  … Continue reading

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