Monthly Archives: September 2014

“I’m so disappointed”

How many times have we said that to a student?  I know I’ve said it several times.  What I hoped to share with the student was that my expectations for him/her were much higher than whatever they actually did.  Sometimes … Continue reading

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The Power of Success

Back in July, I had a simple finger prick test that showed me some numbers related to my health that I didn’t really like.  Numbers that should have been low were high, and numbers that should have been high were … Continue reading

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Fails in the classroom

On Thursday, I just knew I was going to hit a home run in my classroom.  I had a great lesson planned out that involved students working in pairs, moving around the room gathering data.  They would then use that … Continue reading

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