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What I Never Knew as a Classroom Teacher

I don’t know it all. And I think most people would agree that they don’t, either. But here’s the super scary thing. There’s more! As a classroom teacher, there were so many things I didn’t know… that I didn’t know. Nothing has made me more aware of this simple truth Read more…

Trade Days

I’ve been thinking on this for about a decade. Educators need professional learning opportunities to become better. We need to learn from each other. Together, we’re striving to make teaching and learning better for all. Well into 2019, I’m still fascinated by a few things that haven’t happened in education. Read more…

Teaching On A Cart: 360°

For thirteen years, I was in my box. Literally, in the rectangular prism classroom, every inch was dedicated to fifth graders mastering math and science objectives. Unfortunately, my mental approach was somewhat in a box, too. The classroom was a safe place for specifically planned events to occur year after Read more…