Stir Up the World

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Okay, so all of you overwhelmingly recommended doing classroom observations, but do you all have any further advice on what specifically to look for? I’m super busy this semester, and the picture I had in my mind was me going in from 8-11 twice a week, every week for the rest of the semester.  As…

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Feb 01 2011

welcome to the planet

Two cool things happened today: 1. All of the teaching books I ordered on amazon.com, PLUS my Abraham Lincoln poster, came in the mail today!  My brother texted me saying “you got a ton of packages in the mail”, and I opened the front door to 6 different-shaped cardboard boxes!  It was like Christmas morning…

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"If one desires to 'stir up the world,' it is easy to be impatient with work for the sake of work. Yet no story's end can forsake its beginning and its middle." -Joshua Wolf Shank on Abraham Lincoln