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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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An “Open Letter” to My Fellow Teaching Colleagues About School Supply Lists

One my favorite wedding stories to tell people is about our gift registry. A little over 25 years ago, my partner and I argued over whether or not we should create a gift registry. Some of your are already thinking, … Continue reading

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The Risks in Non-Native Language Communication and the Safety We Can Offer

I recently returned from spending two weeks in Guatemala and I suppose you could call this the obligatory post-experience blog post. I could go all existential, political, or even preachy about the whole thing, but I don’t think anyone needs … Continue reading

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Those Who Can’t Do… Are Taught How By Great Teachers

I am currently in a Crisis of Faith regarding writing, so naturally I decided to write a blog post to subject you all to more of my writing and therefore reinforce this crisis. However, I’m going to avoid the “writing” … Continue reading

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