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Left or Right: Find balance

You may be absolutely, unequivocally correct. After all, they are your beliefs. You have every right to share them. And if people don’t like it, they can just unfriend you. I get it. I do. I love conservatives and liberals. … Continue reading

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The Kaleidoscope Effect

Bam, nailed it –  incredible lesson. The students were so into it! I had them sitting on the edges of their seats with my riveting storytelling as an introduction. Eager learners sat before me hanging on my every word. They … Continue reading

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My friend Jim

It’s common to talk about our work. Within minutes of making a new acquaintance, someone usually asks, “so what do you do?” What we do is the label that often defines us. I’m a teacher, doctor, mother, etc. I’m not … Continue reading

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