Earlier in the week I mentioned that I had to conduct some interviews in my job. I don't own an iPad or a tablet on which to record my notes during the interviews, and using a tape recorder would be a bit too intimidating, I think. So, I resort to the more traditional method using … Continue reading The Palmer Method
I was having a conversation at work yesterday during a supervision session with one of my staff. He's a good guy, a ton of experience, well-respected by just about the entire staff. He recounted a comment that one of his hallway-mates made about a presentation he did at a recent staff retreat. She'd said "Wow, … Continue reading Wake Up Call
I'm not sure if there is much that easy about being a teacher, these days or when I was in a classroom in 1987! That year I was a fourth grade teacher in a Catholic school in Riverside. There were 32 kids in the class...crazy, right?! I got the job the day school started. My … Continue reading Tales of a Fourth Grade…Something!