I would allow you to stay in my room provided that you will arrive in an urn– true story James Closer (via jamescloser)
EasyExpression: IN 2012 I got hurt, bullied,... →
fayeantonio: IN 2012 I got hurt, bullied, tricked, depressed, embarrassed, stressed. I cried, stumbled, freaked out, panicked, worried and I almost gave up. of course, it was just like 2011 but with different twists and turns. there will be no perfect year with no hardships and trials. How can we grow if…
Tumblr Teacher: Girl with a Lesson Plan: I had one... →
girlwithalessonplan: It was a great class. We wrote lesson plans, discussed how to teach a novel, how to evaluate a textbook for worthiness, learned to research schools as potential places of employment, studied English standards for Indiana, how to write letters of recommendation for kids, researched academic…
Most of the debates in education circles about the use of vernacular language in...– Learning the Vernacular: Slang in the Classroom « Cooperative Catalyst (via adventuresinlearning)
Look inside yourself. You are more than what you have become. Remember who you...– true story James Closer (via jamescloser)
19 Things to Stop Doing in Your 20's →
girlwithalessonplan: thegrownuplife: 1. Stop placing all the blame on other people for how they interact with you. To an extent, people treat you the way you want to be treated. A lot of social behavior is cause and effect. Take responsibility for (accept) the fact that you are the only constant variable in your equation. 2. Stop being lazy by being constantly “busy.” It’s easy to be busy. It...
10 Tips on How to Finish Your NaNoWriMo Novel
lettersandlight: I learned about National Novel Writing Month through my creative writing professor, Randon Noble, during my freshman year at American University in Washington, D.C. In October of 2006, almost everyone in my creative writing class decided to give NaNoWriMo a try, including me. Most people mentioned writing about home, dating, or other personal and realistic topics. On the...
50 Ways To Make Your School More Democratic →
adventuresinlearning: 1. Invite 5 students to a faculty meeting 2. Eliminate staff and student bathrooms 3. Ask students to facilitate important school wide meetings 4. Start each day with a morning meeting and check in, and listen to each other. (How are you? How are you feeling today?) 5. Ask students to develop rubrics for judging “excellent” work 6. End courses/units with a...