Monthly Archives: January 2012


Sometimes, the best part of teaching occurs outside the classroom.  As I sail through the halls at my school–usually singing some old soul song–I make it a point to interact with as many students as I can.  Seniors and juniors … Continue reading

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Traversing the Wall–Why Teachers Teach

I finally got over it.  When I received my “Minimally Effective” rating over the summer, it hit me a little hard.  Every teacher wants to feel appreciated, not just by students, but also by the powers-that-be.  I officially appealed, of … Continue reading


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