Monthly Archives: July 2013

Science class should be like skateboarding

This summer, I’ve been mentoring some students who are teaching themselves how to skateboard. Some of this has taken place in my driveway and in the road in front of my house. Because of my proximity to it, and because … Continue reading

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Each Kindness (for educators)

This year, I was fortunate enough to come across Each Kindness by Jacquelin Woodson.  (Actually, it was more deliberate than fortunate since I’m a fan of most anything that she writes.)  After reading this simple yet powerful picture book, I … Continue reading

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