Monthly Archives: February 2007

Mission Statements

I’m not big on mission statements. I know that they are not going anywhere anytime soon, that any organization I work for will have these statements somewhere in a school/company handbook, and that i should be familiar with both statements … Continue reading

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The ball is starting to roll a little faster…

Lately I have been working closely with Kathryn Wagner the ESL specialist in the middle school. She teaches a literacy skills course once a semester and last time we were sitting on the beach together a few weeks back in … Continue reading

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Ok, I admit it

I have a confession to make. I am a Dead Head. There I said it…God it feels good. I realize on an educational blog that this can be a dangerous admission, but hell I can’t resist. Why the new found … Continue reading

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I’ve tried ’em all

Alright, how do i put a picture behind my blog title. You know where it says “goundswell”? It is just blue but I have the perfect picture and would love to personalize my site a little bit, can you help? … Continue reading

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An Intersting Week Indeed

Last week was one of those weeks where I left school with a bit of a headache. No, don’t worry, it was not a medical issue and I was not hungover, but I appreciate your concern. Actually it was the … Continue reading

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After much consideration, hesitation, and some anxiety…

Ok, I’ve finally embarked on the start of what I hope will be beginning of an illustrious blog. Alright, I’ll settle for hopefully being somewhat interesting to read. While this platform will serve to illuminate my teaching experiences as an … Continue reading

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