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Yup, cancer sucks. http://iowaconflictedteacher.com/2017/10/31/cancer-sucks-sol17/
The Dare: https://deowriter.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/sol17-the-dare/
A favorite Halloween memory…
A little slice of who I am…
The morphing of time, with loads of examples layered into my day.
On staying home, finishing Wishtree, and wishing it can be. https://humbleswede.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/staying-home
I’ve tried to post my link three times-hope this one is the charm:)
a small slice
It’s been a full day and week, but I am slipping in a short piece about our autumn fun in the preschool classroom. Enjoy!
Who knew that toothbrushes could be such fun work! https://tworeflectiveteachers.blogspot.com/2017/10/slice-of-life-when-work-comes-home-it.html
Let the writing begin…again…
A reminder of how a person can change so quickly you never see it coming
Happy Halloween! Express yourself!
I did it for Jack, my nine month old grandson!
Would you let your 13-year-old daughter color her hair?
A quick visit to see my mom led to a morning of poking around in the attic.
A bit heavier, but thoughts I’ve been processing for months that were ready to be shared.
A little love for my young yearbook club: https://teachingwithmrsclark.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/a-little-yearbook-love/.
Sharing thoughts from a very stormy morning — late to get this in since we still have no power (and thus no internet access!)
Laurie Halse Anderson was a featured speaker at PCTELA 2017.
Reflecting over a haul of nonfiction picture books https://goo.gl/T9zuUL
Marking the day via costumes recollected http://cast-of-characters.blogspot.com/2017/10/seven-costumes-remembered.html
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted. http://mrstaylorstales.blogspot.com/2017/10/its-been-awhile.html
A message from beyond that I really needed to receive:
A special place indeed.
I’m a published author!! I’m a guest blogger on the PBS Reading Rockets blog.
The beginning of my 5th Guatemalan experience
Woke up to a dusting of snow on this Halloween morning… A perfect prompt!
Sometimes a nature walk is just what I need. Walk the Hempstead Lake State Park nature trail with me to imagine the leaves dancing in the sun. http://beyondliteracylink.blogspot.com/2017/10/motion-of-autumn-leaves.html
A non-Halloween post on School Gardens.
Happy Halloween? https://jocsin603.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/bah-humbug/
John Green came to Portland yesterday, with his brother Hank…and I was there.
Trolling Beatrix Potter: http://www.teacherdance.org/2017/10/play-my-slice-with-mice.html
Commutes are hard
John Malkovich, anyone??? https://marilynyung.wordpress.com/2016/01/31/seeing-john-malkovich-at-la-farmers-market/
Today being the 500th anniversary of the Reformation inspired me, in the spirit of Martin Luther, to capture what my education reform theses would be – I only wrote five, not 95, don’t be alarmed!: https://litbitsandpieces.com/2017/10/31/reformation/
A slice of life about cemeteries in honor of Halloween.
Tipping Points in Teaching: A Reader Response to “Purple Hibiscus”
My AP Lit students are nearly done with/ Purple Hibiscus, yesterday work took me to a different place w/ this novel. It has been a rough year.
I’ve Got (No) Rhythm
Hoping to collect a little data as I’m wondering about learning. Where does your learning occur?
It’s Halloween and I recall my mom’s efforts to make it great
“Writing That Scrapes the Heart,” https://aileenhower.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/writing-that-scrapes-the-heart/
A new site for publishing student work with an invitation to join. https://reflectionsontheteche.com/2017/10/31/slice-of-kid-voices/
A restless night that ends well is preferable to one that doesn’t.
A poem for these sacred days: http://horizon51.blogspot.com/2017/10/tuesday-slice-thin-veil.html
LIteracy Night Cafe: Now Serving Books http://www.literacyonthemind.com/2017/10/literacy-night-cafe-now-serving-books.html
Just a slice of life https://ebgriffin1119.wordpress.com/2017/10/30/rainy-days/
Love the Halloween quote, Deb! My Slice today is about a student who visits me most mornings. http://couragedoesnotroar.blogspot.com/2017/10/the-student-who-stops-by-my-door-sol17.html
When the talk turns serious (rattling the bones)
Thinking a bit about text complexity http://assessmentinperspective.com/?p=5070
Another story from the Ralph Fletcher’s Greenbelt –
First Graders love their Journal Time https://dmsherriff.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/time-to-uncover-and-discover-journals-and-the-greenbelt/
I was reminded about checking in on my word of the year last week, so here we are: https://iheartpurplestuff.blogspot.com/2017/10/impact-update.html
Books that make teaching sweet.
Sunday would have been my Grandfather’s 98th bday. This piece is what came out of that: https://wheresthejoy.wordpress.com/2017/10/31/regret/
my cat loves to relax with music!
Delos is Greece’s most sacred island and we got to visit it!
A reminder that small steps forward are worthy of celebrating.
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