I’ve finally moved up in the world to my own domain. Hope you’ll visit me at http://thoughtsarefree.org now and again.
I’m a terrible writer. By the time you read this, I’ll have spent well over two hours agonizing over word choice, fiddling with sentence structure, worrying whether what I write is right. And yet, I write. I made middling grades … Continue reading
In the early 1990’s, I was a 5th grade teacher in a public school, just starting my second year of teaching. A majority of my students and their families lived far below the poverty line and far too many of … Continue reading
There are a lot of questions rolling around in my head right now. I’m suspecting that by the time I finish writing this post, there will be as many question marks as periods. I’m also pretty sure that’s not going to … Continue reading
As we move through the teacher research process with our Digital Learning Collaborative Cohort 2 participants, I’ll be working on my own teacher research project alongside them. We’re using the text “The Reflective Educator’s Guide to Teacher Research” as our … Continue reading