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April 6, 2018

Challenging students, challenging moments

My first year of teaching 8th grade English was tough for the most common new teacher reason: classroom management and discipline.  I struggled to get my […]
April 5, 2018

A Different Kind of Snow Day

My name is Julie Nariman and I’ve been an educator since 2017, but there is a certain joy I still receive when there’s a snow day.  […]
March 18, 2018

Progress Not Perfection

I recently sent an email to my staff about one of our students.  The student had been defying directions, and everyone was getting frustrated.  I held […]
March 3, 2018

“Don’t Tell Me What To Do”

The other day, I was at my local gym waiting to use the assisted pullup machine.  The machine handles were covered by wet paper towels, indicating […]