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Thinking openly

May 31, 2015

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So on this “down day” after the conference, getting ready for … the “moonlight ride for ice cream” in 50 degree weather tonight… and, okay, postponing the climb  back into figuring out how to make apps… I wandered back to the Atlantic Seaboard Dyslexia Education Center and their training in math. Landmark College and Chris […]

DONE :)

May 29, 2015

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Okey dokey, if I’m going to do this more (there’s a topic for prayer and reflection) I’m going to have to get better with the tech stuff. WHat? SUe? Get better with the tech stuff?   Aren’t you the one who is always helping everybody else? Yea, but when I have to process a presentation […]

etexts with LD accommodations

May 29, 2015

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So at the end of the day I talked to a poster session guy b/c my friend was helping with that poster session, not because I know anything about etexts or need to. Except when he found out I have an LD background he stopped me and said “we want to figure otu ways to […]

One down…

May 28, 2015

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Welp, it was okay 🙂 Rookie error:   not heading in early early and trying all of the stuff out on teh system there.   I tried everything out one more time on my computer but… didn’t have things set up to get to Internet on the screen everybody could see… adn didn’t think fast […]

Different Route

May 27, 2015

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I took a different route home tonight on the bicycle because Cleo the cocker spaniel is missing, so I rode through her neighborhood, calling her name occasionally (but recognizing that I wouldn’t be the voice she knew). The route took me by Centennial High School where the marching band was doing strange things in the […]

Direct Instruction

May 26, 2015

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Okay, it’s been years since I taught “language fundamentals” at New Community School — enough years so that in their awesome little movie about that place, the kiddo who drew *all* the definitions for vocabulary words in the context of doughnuts and policemen is, like, all grown up. Saying that reminds me that no, we […]

Tables for two!

May 26, 2015

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So a “thing” at work is planning a lunch with somebody in a different department (voluntary).   I just dined with the main librarian and mostly we talked about bicycling but on the last stretch walking to the stairs we speculated on the challenges of the library being so far away from the tutoring center. […]