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Learning During a Virus Crisis

We can hate. We can leave it to fate. Or, we can relate. The children are homebound, and so are you. The schools are closed and the lessons are coming slowly or not at all. Technology is limited for some and educators are scrambling to find methods of reaching students. High school seniors want to…

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How do we manage school shootings?

How do we manage school shootings?   There is no easy answer. In discussions with colleagues, there have been several suggestions worth considering. Since the legislatures aren’t up to it, then the schools must install metal detectors. It’s costly but every person would have to pass through and it would create a safer environment. And,…

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Classroom Management: If You Don’t Know, You Can’t Do

When I walk into classrooms, I many times witness frustration—by teachers and students. It seems to permeate the room like smog creeping in on a bad air day in Los Angeles. Why? It’s a great question with many different answers. Number one on the hit parade, however, is EXPECTATIONS. The teacher might know what he…

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What Is The End of Knowing?

The End of Knowing sounds a bit odd, I know. But let’s think about it for a moment. We go through life being told that things are what they are, and we form opinions about what we believe things are. But many times, they are not what we or others believe. Everything is in a…

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