Teachers for Teachers | 2017 March
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 “Clare, lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on my part.” I heard my father’s words many times this month during the March challenge. Last year I spent a lot of time planning for the challenge. I provisioned, wrote slices ahead...

As soon as I read this comment from Susan, I got up and headed down to the basement.  I knew exactly what I was looking for and why I needed to find it. There is a lesson in this unit that I never really understood.  I...

I grew up watching reruns of The Brady Bunch and Leave it to Beaver.  Carol Brady and June Cleaver somehow worked their way into my schema of how a household should function when the family arrives home from a long day. Casserole in the oven, laundry...

Please, Clare.  Go tell Mom I love her.    Ok,  Dad. No.  I mean now.  Please go now and tell her I love her.  I am distracted for a moment as watch my son make a great play at home plate. Right now. Ok, Dad.  I will go right now. I...

A Slicer's Dilemma Only three responses That’s all the time I have Only three responses I going to stick with this tonight Only three responses The rule is at least three Only three responses I will read more slices tomorrow Only three responses It will be okay   One, Two, Three….   Only four responses But oh… that title Only five...