Category Archives: Reflections

Welcoming Back Wonder

  Over the past few days I like many other teachers have been getting ready to go back to school.  This year is different from the last two in that I know exactly where I will be all year this … Continue reading

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Building Students Sense of Place

I spend a lot of time building my students sense of place through our daily activities.  My first degree was in geography and this has greatly impacted my teaching. I still consider myself a geographer at heart and hope to … Continue reading

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More Math Maddness and Mentorship Reflections

Wow, I haven’t posted since October. I’m sorry to all of you who were following my blog that I have neglected you. My blog has been a reflection on my learning and growth as a teacher for the last 2 … Continue reading

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A Month In the Middle

It’s been a month since school started and I joined the madness in the middle.  I love middle school! I really enjoy working with nearly 60 students each day, it is definitely a change from the 120-150 I could see in … Continue reading

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