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Find Yourself!

Imagine you are a budding teacher candidate, ready to take on the exciting challenges of student teaching.  Or, imagine you are a newly certified teacher, ready to take on the exciting challenges of looking for a teaching job.  Now imagine … Continue reading

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Week 4… The Honeymoon’s Over

Welcome to Week 4 of the 2014 Spring Semester.  For me, the honeymoon is over.  The first couple weeks are fun and exciting.  Now I will go through a couple weeks of sluggishness. In each of my classes, the first … Continue reading

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Screenflow…

This week I experimented with a program I used briefly a couple years ago.  Screenflow has really grown up.  It is a powerful screen recording and editing tool for the Mac.  If you’ve ever heard of Camtasia for the windoze … Continue reading

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Snow Rollers and Cancelled Classes…

What are two things you may never experience again in your lifetime?  Snow rollers and Clarion University cancelling classes…  Both have happened this winter!

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She did good… I did bad.

Today I re-learned an important lesson, I re-learned the actual lesson I’ve helped to teach many times.  Come to think of it, I’ve been the poster child for this lesson. Today I observed a teacher candidate working with children in … Continue reading

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Field Experience

My last post focused on how undergraduate students don’t typically think like teachers, at least not until they participate in a field experience.  I want to continue to focus on that topic. Last evening, my colleagues and I hosted a … Continue reading

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Blockheads

How can I encourage a fundamental change in the way my students view the classes they are taking? One of the most frustrating aspects of teaching future teachers is that these students do not want to think like teachers.  Even … Continue reading

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Time to Begin Again

My son has inspired me.  He just self-published his first novel on Amazon (C.B. McCullough, The Fallen Odyssey).  I’m not much a reader, I wish I were, but I’m not.  Thus, I’m struggling with writing.  So, the fact that I’m … Continue reading

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My first Posterous Post…

Not sure if I understand all the implications of Posterous.  Going to explore it and see if it has some possibilities for my social networking/professional development ideas… For those of you that read this on Facebook, Twitter, etc., this is also … Continue reading

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