Monthly Archives: May 2015

Teaching Poem

Teaching What Does This mean anyway? I Want to Help People I have wanted to be a teacher since I was a kid I want to: be the type of teacher who is willing to go the extra mile, but not … Continue reading

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Where Do We Go From Here?

Huge amounts of teachers and parents have cried out against its deficiencies Therein lies the problem that we have today in the education of reading You would think that so-called experts in this field would know what is best. There … Continue reading

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A New Reading Level

Once school resumes in the fall, I will not be at UNC anymore (sad, I know). Instead, I will begin my graduate education at the University of Minnesota (cold, I know). I will be in their school psychology program, and … Continue reading

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Education of the Sake of Learning

I don’t have any “real” connection to the School of Education, besides a curiosity for learning and an on-and-off interest in being a teacher. To be perfectly honest, I signed up for this class on a complete whim, in need … Continue reading

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Little Men.

Have you ever read the book Little Women? Yes? Did you know that there is a sequel – Little Men Well ever since I was a little girl I identified whole heartedly with Joe March. She’s independent, rambunctious, talks a … Continue reading

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Just Me

High stakes Every student wants to do well. Truly, a great ideal to strive for. YOU can take a test. For me, way too many questions and not enough answers. Scenario 1: I become extremely anxious. Curiosity – with a … Continue reading

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What Next?

You see, I have a weird relationship with education. We’re like the earth and the sun: I just keep revolving around education again and again. I’ve always been interested in education and teaching, but I’d also get diverted quite often. … Continue reading

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