Monthly Archives: January 2016

The Danger of Never Being “Done”

One of the significant stressors of being an educator is that we never get to be “done.” There is always something more we can do. When was the last time you heard an educator say, “That’s it. Finished! There isn’t … Continue reading

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Closing the Achievement Gap

In a blog post written last month, “Addressing Student Achievement Gaps in Sub Cells” by Nichole Laven, it was clear the process for determining what is needed for our students by implementing standards. However, it is my experience that standards alone … Continue reading

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E.P.I.C Math

I have no problem admitting that I was never good at math. In elementary I was the last one to pass my multiplication facts. I developed an extremely high anxiety in math when I was in middle school because I … Continue reading

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