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When will I finally…

I don’t know about all of you, but I do not feel I have fully mastered the whole getting-it-all-done-and-with-flair-too thing. With every new school year, I feel that sense of excitement and promise and opportunity, and then, “How is it … Continue reading

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New year’s resolutions

Inspired by the great advice in Christina’s recent post, and getting pretty excited about welcoming kids back on September 6th, I offer my new (school) year’s resolutions: The first comes out of one of the roles I play at TCS: … Continue reading

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Back to school advice from new(ish) teachers and librarians

David Wee really hit the nail on the head this spring when he admitted that He doesn’t always feel like he knows what he’s doing. I can’t believe that I’m entering my 10th year of librarianship. I’ll still leave conversations … Continue reading

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Until cloning is perfected

I serve both middle and upper school students, and in what I suspect is probably an unusual arrangement, the two populations do not have schedules that mesh neatly on any given day. Neither are school policies exactly alike for both … Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons to be happy to go Back to School

10.      You can finally drop last year’s experimental “Let’s See If It Works” project (“Lesson learned!”). 9.       You can start up a new experimental “Let’s See If It Works” project (“This will work GREAT!”). 8.       You get to hear … Continue reading

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