Monthly Archives March 2014

Exercise Your Writing Muscle?

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During the month of March, I  participated in the Slice of Life Story Challenge developed by  Two Writing Teachers. The challenge proposed was
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A Dream Becomes Reality

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What is that one thing you dream of doing? What is that one goal you are striving to reach? Can you
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Instructional Coach Day

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Well, actually, today is Make Up Your Own Holiday Day, according to Days of the Year. The site states: One of our
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“Let It Go” Close Reading

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I have had  amazing opportunities helping teachers figure out close reading procedures to implement in their classrooms. The students have loved
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NCAA: Sweet Sixteen

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Two teams Battled it out on the hardwood Neither ever leading by much Nerve-racking Nail-biter Well played battle Right down to
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There is No I in Team

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You have probably heard the phrase There is no I in Team. We’ve seen examples of teamwork throughout our careers and life.
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Family Reading Night

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Recently a friend contacted me for some literacy ideas to share with parents to help promote the love of reading. I
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Anticipation – GO CYCLONES

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Anticipation Waiting Waiting Waiting Tip-off soon! How will we do? Will we stay strong? Will we take control? Will we dominate
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3-2-1 … World Down Syndrome Day

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I have only met you a few times in person, But I feel like I know you. I see your parents’
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You Can Only Get It Right Here

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I had a beautiful start to my Sunday morning at the ASCD Conference. I had the opportunity to be inspired. There
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