Monthly Archives: August 2013

Students Want Simple Things from Teachers

Originally posted on Three Teachers Talk:
“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” ~William Shakespeare Start slowly. Ease into it. Take the time to let them trust you. Breathe. Relax. Make sure they know that more than anything…

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The Sacred Pool: a swim before work

There is something sacred in water. Any water will do. Even here. The water in the public pool. The exchange of names while soaking together in the hot bubbling jets. The cool freshness of breeze through the open window sweeping … Continue reading

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Along the Camino with Lisa: The grove at mile 41 or so

I love what Lisa sketched today.  I feel as if she’s passed through this piece of woods I’m in today, and she’s moved into the sun to sketch this barn.At mile 41.1, Stage 4, several miles shy of where I’ve … Continue reading

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IFJM – Le Rouget – 43.2 miles in

Originally posted on Lisa M. Harkins:
I was recently talking to my friend, Valerie Stein, about a project we took up together back in April.  It was a very short-term project that you can read about in my post here,…

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How to Make Friends and Monsters: a terrifyingly fun read

How to Make Friends and Monsters by Ron Bates My rating: 3 of 5 stars Advance Reader’s Copy provided by the publisher Howard Boward is a bully magnet. He’s familiar with all the ways of bullies; he’s small, and he’s … Continue reading

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