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Life Changing Professional Development, what positive PD are you doing to change your teaching?

There are moments in our lives when we know we are forever changed for the better. Not very often does a single experience transform a professional philosophy like this one has. I have had the privilege of witnessing the beauty … Continue reading

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Fuel

I recently had an experience of a teacher’s lifetime. I got invited to my former students’ 20th high school reunion. It was a dream come true. I was able to see ‘my products’! Not many teachers get to see their … Continue reading

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The Moon Rocks Are Coming

Hard to believe my whirl-wind month is over. Sort of. April started with my trip to Boston, making a national presentation on project-based learning and ended with (wo)manning the DuPont Science Booth and the DuPont Challenge Booth at the USA … Continue reading

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The After Glow

Am I glowing? I sure feel like I am! No not the glistening of the oils on my face from the Houston humidity…I have just spent 10 days with greatness. I have a bond now with 40+ strangers that many … Continue reading

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