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Adventures as an Educator

A few days ago, I reblogged a post from MotherOcean entitled Why Being an Aquarist is the Most Awesome Job You Have Never Heard Of. It eloquently explains what an aquarist is (someone who takes care of fish, basically), and what … Continue reading

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Gifted and Talented

This could easily turn into a long rant, but I don’t think it needs to.  Let me try to say this clearly, and concisely: Telling students that they are “Gifted and Talented” does them an incredible disservice.  All students are … Continue reading

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The Value of an Education

Today I read the fabulous book I Am Malala, which is the story of an amazing teenage girl who campaigns for universal education and was shot in the face by the Taliban for her efforts.  Her story is incredibly moving an inspirational, … Continue reading

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Shark Week Comes to a Close

So, another fun whirlwind of a week comes to a close and the nation weeps big, salty tears.  We laughed, we screamed, we raged against mockumentaries.  Hopefully, we all learned a little something new, came to appreciate what was previously … Continue reading

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