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Reform Real Chat from a Teacher Wannabe

I have wanted to be a teacher since I was a kid. There something about school I have always loved, there is so much hope in education. In general I have always been an extremely idealistic person, sometimes to an … Continue reading

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Literacy is important to me because…

Prior to this year I had never really thought about how I would finish this sentence if I were asked to. I am afraid (and ashamed) to say I have taken my ability to read and write for granted for … Continue reading

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Learning To Read (Between the Lines)

Truth be told, I really don’t remember learning to read. When I was three, I was given a book of fairy tales from my grandfather for Christmas.  It’s one of my earliest memories, and I still have that book in … Continue reading

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The Power of ‘What If’

What if you had a genie, a lamp, and a wish that wouldn’t backfire? What wouldn’t you waste that wish on? Well, if it were me, and I had the perfect set-up for a wish (and assuming that I was … Continue reading

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A Short History of a New Blogger

I was raised as  a historian. My dad, an engineer, quizzed me on history trivia on long car-rides. We’d watch history documentaries for fun. Museums were as awe-inspiring as amusement parks. We were, are, complete and total nerds. History was … Continue reading

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