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Summer’s grand. It’s taken me awhile to believe that it’s really here, but I think I’ve finally come to terms with it. Staying in bed until ten this morning helped a lot. The month of April was a whirlwind of … Continue reading
Why do we always scheme to contain the disruptive kids? I mean, it’s a noble goal, but maybe we’re going at it from the wrong angle. I don’t want to “contain” any of my students. I want to make them … Continue reading