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This Little Light of Mine

This Little Light of Mine The book has been in good company for quite a while now, residing in my “books to read” basket with waaaayyy more than a few others. My kindred bibliophiles won’t even raise an eyebrow at … Continue reading

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Refuge

   “And distant places give us refuge in territories where our own histories aren’t so deeply entrenched and we can imagine other stories, other selves, or just drink up quiet and respite.”      The Faraway Nearby –  Rebecca Solnit … Continue reading

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I’m A Believer

Checking Facebook or personal email from work is something I never, ever do.  It’s frowned upon, certainly not professional, and there’s just not a spare minute to squeeze that kind of frivolity in.  My 30 minute lunch break flies, even sans fun, … Continue reading

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Not The Final Word on Teaching and Learning

June 25, 2011 “Teaching is found in the continuous movement between what has already been said and what remains to be said-what is being said differently.”  Marc-Alain Quaknin  20th-21st century Teaching is what I do.  The expansive nature of both teaching … Continue reading

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