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Beginning this blog is the beginning of a journey. It is about a walk down the road of Education: where it is today and where it is leading all of us.  While I am leading this journey, I invite you, the reader, to join me. What are your thoughts? What are your questions? Am I entirely off base?  What advice to you have to share?

Personally, I sometimes feel bombarded by everything we as educators are expected to do in our schools: 21st century skills, differentiation, multiple intelligences, PLCs, RtI, common assessments, 504s, IEPs, ILPs, and more. And yes, we are also expected to be experts in our field and guide our students in that area.

On the other hand, I see all the benefits that these trends (if you can forgive the term) have to improving student learning. It’s all about what’s best for students and these “trends” have that motivation at heart.

As I try to incorporate all that is expected of me in a manner that speaks to best practices and not trends for the sake of trends, I plan to share my experiences and research with you, the reader.

Let’s see where we can go together!


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