Monthly Archives: September 2015

Dialogue: A Mini-Lesson Goes a Long Way

// My term one writing focus is narrative. I gave the pre-writing test. There were glimpses of hope and shear horror. I know my colleagues have taught more than what showed up from this initial writing test, but the results … Continue reading

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Building a ‘Scholar’ culture

As I read Facebook posts and Twitter feeds about the first day of school, I was baffled about what to do because my district was not back in session until after Labor Day. However, it gave me a lot of … Continue reading

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