Monthly Archives: April 2011

Magic & Grieving

I believe in magic.  Not the tooth fairy kind.  But the kind our students can make when they’re given a worthy challenge. Last night was the final showing of our Holocaust exhibit, and I have many mixed feelings. Last Tuesday our exhibit … Continue reading

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Improvise. Learn. Don’t Regret.

When engaged in project-based, collaborative learning, I think the three most important words to remember are: improvise, learn, don’t regret. I’m tired.  I haven’t worn dress clothes to work in almost two weeks, and my classroom is a disaster. Oddly, I … Continue reading

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