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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