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reflections of an ever-evolving educator



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off contract

Fri, 22 Dec 2006 15:38:30 +0000

Right now, I am enjoying the holidays for a bit longer than most because I am “off contract.” As I may have mentioned before, in my new job I work a flex schedule. I am required to work most of the summer, but since I’m still on a teacher contract, I take extra days off […]



Gmail, where are you?

Tue, 05 Dec 2006 17:53:38 +0000

What IS going on? I cannot get into my Gmail account, and have been unable to do so ALL day. I can login to Google, but when I click on Gmail, I get the dreaded “page cannot be found” message. Even when I just try to go to Google’s Gmail page I get the same […]



gentle reminder

Tue, 28 Nov 2006 01:47:55 +0000

I just wanted to offer a gentle reminder that I do update my Tech Resources Wiki pretty regularly. While it is certainly not an exhaustive list of resources, I do think I manage to locate some pretty cool tools for educators in my daily trek through the blogosphere. If you’re looking to kill time (though, […]



more reflecting

Wed, 22 Nov 2006 19:04:26 +0000

Yet another offering from my Ed.S. program. This time it’s my weekly reflection due to my afternoon professor. Enjoy 😉     This time around I found that I was really drawn to a couple of key elements in the reading, Maxwell’s Leadership 101, due to their applicability to my own professional life and development as […]



Smart Moves

Tue, 21 Nov 2006 16:10:01 +0000

In the spirit of sharing, and because I’m actually doing a lot of writing right now, just not for this blog, I’ve included my most recent work below for you to enjoy. (I really hope you’re all sensing the sarcasm, here.) For my Ed.S., we are required to read and reflect on a number of […]



wasting time

Wed, 08 Nov 2006 02:22:06 +0000

Okay, so I still haven’t made a whole heck of a lot of progress on yesterday’s list. But here’s the thing: the TiVo is really acting up and Boston Legal starts in 40 minutes. I mean, priorities, you know? At least I can check off a few items: laundry reading Smart Moves reading Leadership 101 […]



I suck

Mon, 06 Nov 2006 23:39:38 +0000

I couldn’t even make it an entire week of posting everyday–so much for my visions of fulfilling the commitment of NaBloPoMo. However, I’m not giving up!  I’m still going to attempt to post everyday for the rest of the month. It may not happen–hell, I’m out of town three days next week, presenting at NWP […]



Mac Mousing Around

Sat, 04 Nov 2006 14:38:34 +0000

I am feeling very frustrated with one aspect of my new and lovely Mighty Mouse. I cannot figure out HOW to get the right click to access those Windows right-click tricks I’ve come to rely on–namely, copy and paste. It’s driving me nuts. As much as I love the look of the mouse, and I […]



AAAARRRRGGGG!

Fri, 03 Nov 2006 19:56:56 +0000

I am so incredibly frustrated right now. I am working on my Ed.S., and a big part of it revolves around a research project. I came up with a pretty good topic, one that is relevant to my current position and actually stands to benefit the district I work in (no small feat, believe me). […]



Leadership 101

Thu, 02 Nov 2006 15:16:36 +0000

I am in the process of getting my Ed.S. in Educational Leadership. We are reading all sorts of books on the subject, and I find myself getting a little tired of the repetition in these texts. Here’s what I’ve learned about leadership from these books: Great leaders are great people. Great leaders inspire those who […]