Monthly Archives: February 2016

Tinkering in AS Programs

Exhaustion is an understatement. I usually switch from a shirt and tie to a polo. They bombard my room. Their voices echo. The volume from multiple Chromebooks makes my head spin. …but I wouldn’t change it. This is the normal … Continue reading

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Anchor Charts: An Alternative Instructional Strategy

The results were not gleaming. Actually, it looked awful in some classes. However, the same excuses were coming “those kids struggle” and “sometimes kids just don’t get it.” As each of those phrases were valid, there becomes a greater question … Continue reading

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