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On any typical morning in the Bigari household, you’ll hear the following phrase being yelled out: “HAS THE DOG BEEN FED YET?” You see, our dog Chloe had a rough life until she was rescued and […]
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What does it take to be a pioneer? To leave the tried and true path in search of something more.  To know that it is not if failure will strike, but when, and how you will […]
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I have had the pleasure of working in over thirty different school districts in two different countries over the past nineteen years. Those experiences, coupled with my passion for student-driven educational environments and strong leadership practices […]
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She’s got a smile that’s more like a hug.  It somehow pulls you in.  Even begrudgingly, it still manages to pull you in.  Even me.  I’m generally suspicious of people that seem too happy.   From a […]
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The Situation Your toddler is turning age 3 and does not speak, communicate, or play. Instead, he runs back and forth flapping his hands. He picks up objects and flaps them in front his eyes. He […]
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The work of the brain at birth is to begin laying down an internal infrastructure of language that enables the child to make sense of the outside world, preparing her for her ultimate purpose—which is to connect. Watch […]
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With the rise of technology in the classroom, teachers have practically unlimited methods for teaching, assigning, and grading student work. Features within forums such as Google Classroom, Flocabulary, Read180 Universal, PowToon and NewsELA allow for student […]
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No matter if you are in the classroom, the storeroom or the boardroom, there’s always a benefit from improving your memory.  Quicker and deeper recall of people, places, events and information can help improve your life […]
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Sixty minutes remaining.  I started the count-down on my phone as the bell rang announcing the start of French three.  All around the room posters of futuristic cars, bioluminescent animals and locked boxes were positioned, poised, […]
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Think you might have a junior Da Vinci or Van Gogh in the house? Whether your little one is currently scribbling shapes, coloring by numbers, working on sketches, or perfecting their sfumatos, a quality set of […]
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