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Who Inspired You?
I wrote an entirely different blog post for this week, which I’d planned on posting this afternoon, when I got sidetracked by a conversation I had with a parent at school today. This mom came in as our Mystery Reader, and she chose a book called A Le (More)
Anyone can Change
Every teacher waits for that "Ah Ha" moment, where you see a student's face light up with joy when they achieve success.  In my fifteen years of teaching, I have taken countless hours of professional development, learning tips and tricks to manage a (More)
A New Math Mindset
  When I was an elementary-school student, I hated math time. My brain didn’t work as quickly with numbers as many of my other friends and peers, and I felt that I was “bad” at math. Unfortunately, I had this misconception until I was 33 years (More)
Peu à Peu
I find myself remembering in bits and pieces. The peeling paint of an ancient wooden door, the crunch of toasted bread smeared with butter, the gears of the glass elevator in our hotel lobby. My grant trip to Paris was an intense whirlwind that ended (More)
Trail Magic
For my father’s 75th birthday a couple of years ago, my husband and four friends about our age joined him in hiking the “100 Mile Wilderness,” which is actually the top 120 miles of the Appalachian Trail in Maine.  They planned it for a couple of yea (More)
Flourishing: A Trinity Journey
Needless to say, I have done more than my share of reflecting this past week as Sarah prepared to graduate. The last nine years of my daughter's life have been spent at Trinity School. With each passing year, I watched her engage with the faculty car (More)