Let children sort the items by colors.
Back into the swing of things Well, it has quite a while since I have posted to this blog. Confessions has been the last thing on my mind My summer is now over. I had a wonderful, uneventful June, with most days spent watching TV and lounging around the house in my PJs Tomorrow I start presenting at a writing workshop for my district.
Three weeks of it.
While I learned a lot, I found some of the pull-out sessions exceptional. As a matter of fact, one particular presenter really impacted me. I've always thought that teaching children was my ultimate goal in life. I'm passionate about it.
As a CIS, I have enjoyed working with students and working with teachers to help them with their pedagogy. But I now feel I am meant for something bigger All of those adjectives describe teachers and teaching.
But for me, personally, it means doing something much, much more with my life. It is rare that I come home from a meeting or conference and still feel moved days later. That's how I feel right now. I absolutely cannot think about anything else.
Anthony Muhammad changed my thinking and my life goals in so many ways. To him, I am just a face in the crowd.
But to me, he is an inspiration for my loftier and scarier personal goals. He presented two pull-out sessions about school culture and the achievement gap. I plan to read his books that I purchased at the conference.
As I become more knowledgeable, I will share this process with the empty blogosphere, in hopes that one person may be a support for me on my journey. I cannot believe the teacher and mentor I once was. PLC is the hot term floating through the school system right now. But its purpose is real.
It's all about learning to teach better. My reponsibilities as a CIS require me to share my ideas and knowledge with my campus. I love doing that. But as a classroom teacher, I must sadly admit, I was horrible at it.
Sometimes, great last-minute ideas would pop into my head.Idioms Set 1 Idioms are expressions that really don’t mean what they say. Idioms are confusing because each one has a special meaning. If you don’t know the special meaning, you won’t understand what someone is saying. Fifth Grade Writing Activities.
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