Personal Archaeology 17: When I Was A Teacher Blogger

On my phone, there's a screencap from an old Innovative Educator post that begins "The unspoken truth about teaching writing in school is that few people doing so are writers themselves."* The first two paragraphs of the post I screencapped. I removed distinguished characteristics of the blog, but you can Google all of this to …

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Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Tired

"Insomnia" by _Jer_ is licensed under CC BY-NC 2.0 So I have been reading a lot about how there is a brewing fight between management and labor over physically returning to work when remote work has been not only navigable but successful for many. Although I welcome my returning to a full-time in-person classroom (and laud my school district …

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Personal Archaeology 12: Things Left in the Wake

Had I really been on my game last month, I would have written about my high school graduation 25 years ago on June 25 instead of a week or two later.  As it happened, I didn't do much to commemorate the anniversary on the actual day, aside from making a comment on a friend's Facebook …

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