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March 1, 2020

Graphing Inequalities

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Teaching is hard. And I don’t mean the lesson planning and grading. Every day this week I have heard another heartbreaking story about one of my students...

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November 7, 2019

God Didn’t Make Stink Bugs

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I never expected to see a theological debate to play out on the carpet of the fifth grade classroom where I student teach. But I’m finding out that in teaching, the thing I least expect is often what happens. “What do you mean? You’re so wrong!”...

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January 3, 2019

Want to Make a Really Fresh Start to the Year? Spend More Time with Children

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There is something about being with children that makes all the work, all the anxiety, and the prospect of a low-paying and underappreciated career worth it. This is something I and my classmates as well as my professors and many others in the field...

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October 25, 2018

Deborah’s Voice in Washington, D.C.

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I went with forty other women from West Virginia to participate in a national rally of the Deborah’s Voice organization. This organization was formed in response to the Women’s March in Washington D.C. this January at which women promoting abortion...

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