Monthly Archives: March 2012

Teaching Tales: Too Much Work

The classroom was humming with contented workers.  They knew the drill: finish math assignment, read and respond to a book from this month’s class library, then enjoy a free time activity – all in an envelope of silence. As their … Continue reading

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Seniors and Others Help Deal with Upcoming Water Challenges

Seniors Can Help Save Drinking Water – roganjosh Seniors may wonder about leaving a legacy to future generations. Helping stop society’s headlong rush toward water shortage would be a fine contribution. The Boomers are maturing into senior citizens, and with … Continue reading

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Teaching Can Be Dangerous – Stabbing, Fingernail Clippers, and Black Belt in Tai Chi

Heart-Stopping Memories from the Teacher’s Desk I am honored to be a part of the teaching profession.  It includes a number of caring people who make a difference in lives daily.  However, I’ve had a few adventures over the years … Continue reading

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