Category Archives: behavior

It’s Monday! What are you reading? – a little of everything

I have not posted for awhile because I try to always post after I have finished reading a book or two. At this point in my year I have reverted back to my ADHD self and am reading three, four … Continue reading

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SOL Challenge Day 11 – Aging it is all in the mind

I am at a coffee shop this morning meeting a dear friend. Somewhere in our conversation of teaching, schools, the arts and life we reached the discussion of age. What do we do as we age? What skills do we … Continue reading

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Awards follow up – the wonders of reading

A few weeks ago I shared the books our Chapter and Verse book group were reading. We met last week and voted for books we liked or thought might be worthy of an award. You need to keep in mind … Continue reading

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#SOL2015 5/31 Learning wins out …

It is now 8:00 pm. I have just walked through the door and still need to get a SOL post written. Wait, I am retired – I am not sure what happened to the day but here I am as … Continue reading

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Beginners mind – learning a new skill

I proclaimed a year or so ago that I was now in “refirement”. A place were I have left one career and am now beginning a new. (It’s still January right – I can still write about new beginnings, goals … Continue reading

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It’s Monday! What are you reading?

I know I am late – I don’t usually post this late in the day but things got away from me today. I also have lost patiences with myself and typing with a cast on my wrist. I have lots … Continue reading

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Looking back- Bullies were in charge

Over at Teachers Write – the Tuesday prompt was to write from your child’s voice, to find that memory with deep felt emotion. Nora Raliegh Baskin, author of Anything but Typical, was pushing us to hear the voice of the … Continue reading

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