Sub Plans

Jan. 15th, 2008 10:51 pm
pixkris: Wedding Day Smiles (Inspire Writing)
New blog entry about the uselessness of sub plans and my utter inability not to write them: I Got Plans.
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New (and long overdue) essay up on my education blog, Little but Fierce: Oh Crap! I Forgot How to Teach! Please come visit if you get a chance or pass the word along to others in the teaching biz. Thanks!
pixkris: Wedding Day Smiles (Inspire Writing)
After an extended writing vacation, a new essay is up on my site:"What I Did This Summer." This one deals with the myth of the perfect summer, all the things we intend to do but don't quite manage, and those anxiety-fraught essays elementary teachers used to make us write.

If you have any teacher friends/family, please share this link! I'm back to posting regularly now that school's starting up again. Check back soon for next week's essay: "Oh Crap! I Forgot How to Teach!"

As always, if you know anyone who would like to be added to the mailing list, just send me their email.
pixkris: Wedding Day Smiles (Inspire Writing)
My second column is up: "10 by 10: Ten Lessons Learned in Ten Years of Teaching--Part Two" here.

Spread the word, if you'd be so kind?

Column Up!

Jun. 21st, 2007 11:23 am
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My first column on the new website is up!

10 by 10: Ten Lessons Learned in Ten Years of Teaching--Part 1

Please to link from other sites, email lists etc.? Thanks for your support!
pixkris: Wedding Day Smiles (Default)
This livejournal entry will make you laugh until you pee yourself, especially if you have ever had a dog.

Clicky Link:Arrgh! Sweet Potatoes!


Nov. 15th, 2006 09:43 am
pixkris: Wedding Day Smiles (play)
[ profile] jonquil and the recent discussion about adulthood reminded me of one of my favorite Robert Fulghum essays on the same topic. Here it is behind the cut: Read more... )
pixkris: Wedding Day Smiles (you wish you were this cool)
I haven’t written a funny essay in a while, but I think this afternoon cries for one.
Read more... )
I’m not sure if there’s a moral to this story. All I can tell you is that if there is one, I’m not climbing any trees to get it.

November 2010



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