Today was my regular teeth cleaning, though it wasn’t really regular. I was three months late due to the dental department closure for some months in the springtime. Even now that they are open, it wasn’t regular. It was a Covid-19 teeth cleaning. When I came into the room, I felt conspicuous, especially when they… Read more Covid-19 Teeth Cleaning
This post is week 3 of 8 in the #8WeeksofSummer Blog Challenge for educators. What insights do I have about my students after remote learning? That is a question I have considered over the past few months. When thinking about the children I know. I have known them in the classroom in both kindergarten and… Read more Insights from Remote Learning
This happened recently. The release date came and passed without anyone on the production staff or us knowing or paying attention. (Our insidious and disruptive enemy gets the blame.) Read Chapter 1 in the Kindle preview.
It was just a week ago that we took our last walk outside. There is a large park area near the bay. I took this 180ᵒ skyline photo last Friday. Today I was missing this lovely walking spot. Now, we stay at home, with a curfew from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. During the day,… Read more Day 28 Slice of Life – Skyline
Today I finally found a few minutes to get to a pile of notebooks, neglected since January 29. These are our dialogue journals, and the students and I write back and forth to each other weekly. Until January 29, that is. So much happened in February. We had a field trip cancelled and rescheduled. We… Read more Day 18 Slice of Life – Poignant Uncertainty