Author Archives: ProfeJMarie (Janet Rundquist)

Transition and Balance

Do you know what I really miss right now? Swimming. I’m grateful for spring weather and being able to go on walks again outside, but I really grew to appreciate how it feels to get a good workout while really … Continue reading

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Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 15

Number of times my computer crashed on me during a meeting: 3 Thank you to all who let me know they actually read these posts. It helps to know there is some value. I do try to keep them short … Continue reading

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Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 14

I’m not one who needs a lot of attention, but I wouldn’t mind knowing if these posts are worthwhile to anyone but myself. At minimum, I figure this serves as a kind of record for this time period. A marker. … Continue reading

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Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 13

Lucky Number 13 Post! Because my family is healthy and well, so I will call that lucky. And something I’m grateful for. Do you know what else I’m grateful for? Clever and funny people in this world who then share … Continue reading

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Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 12

Is it only Tuesday? The good news (maybe), is that March is over! We made it through! Here’s the fun stuff today: The language teacher in me got a kick out of this exchange about teaching Australians formal vs. informal … Continue reading

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Ad Hoc Pandemic Post 11

Today was Day One of distance learning for MN kiddos in K-12 and I processed 50 billion tech support requests and made it through to the other side! I even got to step outside for a little bit in the … Continue reading

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Learning the Distance Learning Curve

The other day, a couple of my friends shared out the video below with the caveat that they promised they weren’t criticizing teachers (I believe them), but they could SO relate: It made me want to remind us all – … Continue reading

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