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What Does 2016 Have In Store?

The New [calendar] Year has started, and it’s been busy days as we’ve returned to work. But 2016 is more than just moving into another grading period and approaching the bunches of Mondays off that happens every year. We’re really … Continue reading

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Making History –Repost from 11/1/2012

So it’s been a busy week. We’ve been using the microscope in classrooms right now, and with certain students it has been quite useful as an alternative to using microscopes. We’ve got a lot going on between preparing for the … Continue reading

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Assembling the Team

We’re back! Renay says this rather bitter sweetly. Being back is so very exciting and yet, it’s the end of something. But, like the lesson of a very popular movie this summer, you can’t have good stuff without a little … Continue reading

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Summer Blog 2015: #BetterTogether

So two weeks after Renay said our blog for summer would be early, this is still quite early. We had anticipated talking about the upcoming release of “Finding It in the World: World Geography Level 2, 2nd Edition”, as of … Continue reading

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Three.

This week, it is a little different than past weeks. It isn’t about heading off a problem. It isn’t about responding to situations. It starts with a story. This week is a special week for ParaEducate. It’s our anniversary. We … Continue reading

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New Year: Going The Distance

Two weeks away from my students seems too short sometimes. I could use another week because of the demands of family during the winter break. And then Monday shows up and I meet up with my students and then, it … Continue reading

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From the Mailbag #3

Our Mail bag has been getting full again, we reached in and pulled out these two letters and our responses to share. Dear ParaEducate, You have talked a lot about academics. Here is the thing: I can’t do them. I … Continue reading

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Welcome Back Academic Year 2014-2015

Some of you have already actually started. You know bells, syllabi, and students. I can say I am a little fortunate: my academic year won’t start for another two weeks. While I’m writing the draft of this blog, I’m actually … Continue reading

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From The Not So Lazy Summer Days

Since signing off from regular weekly blog posts, ParaEducate has been frantically working to get a huge to do list done for the upcoming school year in addition to personal traveling. Of the most importance, we’re so very proud to … Continue reading

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It’s Time

There are literally less days of my academic year than I have fingers. And it’s been a busy year academically for my students. At the beginning of the year, one of my students had no clue that text books were … Continue reading

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