Taking Paths Less Traveled

Joyful Hiker. Mother. Teacher. Adventurer.

A Teacher’s Solution to a National Problem It is day seven of civil unrest as the citizens of the United States mourn the loss of George Floyd. Floyd, murdered in broad daylight by the police officer sworn to serve him, is one more black member of our society that was killed by police under unlawful …

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Overcrowded classrooms hurt everyone. In the education world the motto is, “Do what is best for students.” This is wonderful and inarguably needs to be the goal for all educators. But what does that really look like and what are the powers-that-be doing to achieve that? The basic ideas of education are high quality research …

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When ever my district or union offers to send me to a conference I jump on the opportunity. I love conferences. The crowds, the energy, the inspiration.  Spring #CUE18 did not disappoint! Unfortunately, it is hard to hang onto the glow I get from a series of great sessions. When at the conference the energy …

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Today, as I reviewed the classes I am signed up for Fall Quarter my sister commented on how “intense” they were. Transnational Feminist Film, The Exceptional Child (Education), The Conditions of Education for Chicanos, and Religion & Violence are the names of the studies I will begin grappling with in just two short weeks. Over …

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Tom’s Bike Trip

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Single parenting in the ADHD Family

Taking Paths Less Traveled

Joyful Hiker. Mother. Teacher. Adventurer.

Silentscreamsandfakesmiles

Thoughts and ramblings of a young adult