My cousin, Daphna, an amazing woman, sister, friend, kindred spirit, passed away surprisingly last week from an unknown disease, which consumed her within days. The shock of losing one of my very closest family members, who was younger than me,... Continue Reading →
This international, cross border communications, advice, sharing, exchanging views and experience is giving a HUGE push to the profession of teaching. Teachers who participate are exposed not only to their own questions or findings, but to infinite amounts of unexpected knowledge and information.
I had no idea I would feel this way. My first year as a teacher ended and I had to say goodbye to my students, my beloved students, because next year I will be teaching in another school. I waited... Continue Reading →
My greatest frustration is this group of 8th graders who suffer from various learning disabilities. I know that they CAN learn. I have proved it to them by teaching them all sorts of little things. But here we are, 7... Continue Reading →