As most of you can see, I am new to blogging, so I do a lot of research on the subject. One of my favorite blogging sites is ProBlogger by Darren Rowse. I was reading his “18 Lessons I’ve Learnt about Blogging,” in which he stated,
“Learn to see mistakes as opportunities.”
This statement resonates with me, since I … Read the restContinue reading →
Please forgive me…One of the great things about teaching where I teach is there is a great amount of flexibility in what I do. That flexibility allows me to teach the way I feel is best for my students, to cover what I feel is most relevant, to assess what I feel is most important.
That flexibility, however, has one … Read the restContinue reading →
My 2½ year old daughter, A., is full of personality. She is so much incredible fun and, in general, a happy “big girl.” Right now, she is in that independent stage where she wants to do everything for herself, saying to me when I want to help her with something (especially when I’m rushing), “You do it next time.”
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At the moment, I am trying to finish constructing a test for my ninth grade Old Testament classes. And if there is nothing I’d rather do, next to grading tests, it’s making them up. I try to ensure that my tests are not merely a regurgitation of material; that, in fact, the students really have to think to generate good … Read the restContinue reading →