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Monthly Archives: January 2014
Our school just announced that we will have our second consecutive snow day due to the winter storm that is hammering much of the east coast. Growing up in Sweden, snow days are still kind of strange to me, as … Continue reading
It is Sunday, and I am getting ready for the second week of school after the holiday break. As I am doing this, I feel the need for a confession: the first week back hit me like a ton of … Continue reading
After having made my way through the first day back from winter break, I find myself in a reflective mood. Throughout the evening, my Twitter feed has been filled with great observations from all over the world with links to … Continue reading
So, here we are. Last evening of winter break, and I just put the finishing touches on my lesson plans for tomorrow. The last day of a longer break is always an interesting day. Equal parts sadness, anxiety, and excitement … Continue reading
I use a fair amount of technology in my teaching, and as I come across them, I am always willing to try new tools, sites, and apps. Some do not work out as well as I had hoped, while others … Continue reading