Monthly Archives: April 2012

Crushing Creativity

Yesterday I read a┬áblog post by Dr. Chris McGee. In the post he had a video of a little kid, named Caine, who was very creative in making an arcade. The video was great and you can tell how creative … Continue reading

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Model Reading for Students

The past couple of days I’ve been tossing around the idea of what to write. What I have been thinking about is why do I read at school? Why would I want to sit in front of my students and … Continue reading

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