Monthly Archives: January 2016

Meeting in the best interest of students

I began my career teaching sixth grade in a suburban US public school. As part of a team of three, I was the only male and the newest teacher to enter the team in at least a decade. This lack … Continue reading

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Be Quiet…

So about a month ago during our two week holiday break, I found myself floating down a river on a tube with nothing around me but the sights and sounds of the Amazon jungle, and the peacefulness and beauty of … Continue reading

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So the next new country that I visit will be my 50th, and it’s fun to sit back once and awhile and reflect on all of the amazing experiences that I’ve had over the years exploring either by myself, or with my … Continue reading

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A Time for Reflection…

So here we are, a week into a brand new year with all of it lying stretched out before us. A clean slate of endless opportunity and promise, just waiting to be brought to life with each new day. I … Continue reading

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