A Toy Monkey That Escaped Nazi Germany And Reunited A Family I began this project I called “dismantling the essay” or “disrupting the essay,” and it continues. Driving home today, I had NPR on, and the introduction to this story almost made me turn on my own music, and thank heavens I didn’t. Not sure… Read More Life and History (history is life)
This September, right from the get-go, around Constitution Day (which falls on a Sunday this year), I shall share a unit on the Declaration of Independence, sparked by this exchange. And it’s here, too. And from this thread, I learned so much. Mother Jones — of the United Mine Workers — was once arrested for reading… Read More Saving Summer: Our country, tis of thee….
Note: This is my attempt to understand the inclusion model. I am humbly requesting any anecdotal or quantitative data you may have. Least restrictive environment. Absolutely. Check. And, from Inclusion: What is Inclusion? Two Models There are generally two models for inclusion: push in or full inclusion. “Push In” has the special education teacherenter the classroom to… Read More Understanding Inclusion: Insights Welcome
Our brains work in mysterious ways: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=127745750&sc=fb&cc=fp
Okay, I admit. Birds freak me out a little bit. I can see their resemblance to ancient dinosaurs, lizard-y scaly creatures, all talons and beaks…and curiosity. And now a recent NPR (National Public Radio) on-line article confirms my fears: crows remember us. Don’t make them mad. I took the test to see if I could… Read More A Murder of Crows…