Tag: inclusion

In a workshop day with a fantastic group of educators, there was a comment on how to differentiate for our “high, mid, and low students.”  This language is something that I have used before because when looking at what we teach, it is easy to fall into this trap. If we look at who we teach, what we … [Read more…]

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I try very hard to push myself to get into better shape, and I will have to admit, the struggle is real.  Getting older, slowing metabolism and a lack of routine in my life from being on the road has thrown me off a healthy regimen. Not excuses, but the reality I face and that … [Read more…]

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