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Exam Review: The Woes and the Wins

Midterm and Final Exam review…this could potentially be one of the worst parts about being a secondary teacher.  This pressure is especially amplified if your exam is a state standardized End of Course exam.  Your principal is sending you “encouraging” emails but they actually come out more job- and life-threatening. 

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5 Ways to Survive the End of the School Year

We all know what this time of year brings.  The piles of papers that need to be graded have learned how to asexually reproduce themselves and daily grow to astronomical heights.   The Venti at Starbucks disappears before you’ve even put your car in park in the school parking lot.  You’ve

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It’s Not Rocket Science®: The Beginning

I remember going through my education classes in undergrad, and then grad school, then getting my gifted and talented certification, and always thinking – aren’t we all just overcomplicating this a bit? Let me back up by saying I love learning (see previous post if you don’t believe me) and

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Why I never wanted to be a teacher

I have ALWAYS loved school.  I was that kid who asked for a white board for Christmas so I could teach my stuffed animals how to write in cursive.   I was that kid who couldn’t wait to open a fresh spiral notebook and begin filling it with notes at the

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