Education Blog Posts
I read a meme shared by a teacher on Facebook. If a child on the playground found a stick and was going around hitting other children, would you give all the other children sticks to defend themselves, or would you take away the one stick?
What a lovely gift I received this week, a call from one of my ex students. Such a delightful, celebratory conversation ensued!
It’s the season for graduations and I’m celebrating two of my granddaughters’ high school graduations! Where has the time flown? It seems like just yesterday I was rocking and reading to them.
I can’t believe it’s been three years, last November, since I started sharing these bi-weekly posts! I am humbly grateful to you, my readers, for joining me in this adventure.
In my work as an advocate for special needs students pursuing higher education, I’ve been reminded repeatedly that they are twice qualified. What does that mean?
What a day! How blessed am I to be hugged by a community such as mine?!?
The first books I ever checked out of a library were from my elementary school in Beirut, Lebanon. I can still feel the cold tile floor I was sitting on cross-legged and eye level with the young reader books. We always had books at home, but this was a new supply every week! All I had to do was sign my name on a card and promise to return the books the following week undamaged. My love of libraries started at a tender age and has grown exponentially.