Monthly Archives: October 2016

Mystery Flip Grid

Mystery Skype has been a fad for quite some time for those taking risks within innovative classrooms. However, I found it difficult to coordinate time zones between collaborating classrooms and make it work. Working with schools from different continents was very … Continue reading

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Teaching in the ‘Love Triangle’ of divorce

I grew up in a home where money was depleted regularly. I remember begging my Dad for money to buy new glasses. He always referred me back to Mom arguing that he paid his child support. The problem is it … Continue reading

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Global Read Aloud: Allowing innovation into the reading classroom

Engagement has never looked the same year to year. The same old tricks may not always work and that is the case for this year with a challenging group of sixth grade students. However, I am determined to be innovative … Continue reading

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