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Is it over??

Is it over??

Well, 2020 has been a really long year! November and the beginning of December has been a very stressful month for my students, their families and myself. As you already know, I teach in the Quiet Elementary classroom and all of my students are diagnosed with anxiety and/or mental health conditions. Before starting in thisContinue reading “Is it over??”

Squirrel??

Squirrel??

Wow!, did I ever relate to the video “Single-tasking is the New Multi-Tasking”.  It’s funny though, I hadn’t really thought of how unproductive it can be at times to try and multi-task. Multi-tasking is something that I have always felt that I was able to do really well, as I have always been a personContinue reading “Squirrel??”

Sunny Days, Sweeping the Learning Away??

Sunny Days, Sweeping the Learning Away??

One of the first things that I thought of and questioned when I heard Neil Postman’s opinion on how Sesame Street has influenced education was “What year did he write this?”.  So, I turned to the great God of Google and started researching this a bit.  Postman’s book “Amusing Ourselves to Death” was published inContinue reading “Sunny Days, Sweeping the Learning Away??”

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