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Four Signs You’ve Had a Successful Year as a Teacher of ELLs

Most any teacher will tell you: June stinks.  Our classrooms are hot, our students are antsy, and there are far too many meetings about this year’s data and next year’s initiatives.   704 more words

A pretty amazing year...

With only a day and a half left I have been reflecting quite a bit lately and have to admit that this year was probably one of my most enjoyable in the past 16 years in the Education Game. 561 more words

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Catching up.

Hi All,

So, as most of you will know, the last few months have been extraordinarily and insanely crazy. I’ve had a boatload of final exams and assessments, prom, International Family Day, finishing grade 11, and finally coming home for 6 weeks. 822 more words

Life Of Laura

'OWN THE LIGHT' KENSINGTON & CHELSEA COLLEGE, ND PHOTOGRAPHY END OF YEAR SHOW

I am extremely proud to announce the publication of the online catalogue ‘OWN THE LIGHT’ – students from the National Diploma in Photography at Kensington and Chelsea College show the work they have made this year. 204 more words

EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

End of Year Student Gifts: Memory Books

It’s no secret that I care deeply about each of my students, making the end of the year a very difficult process. I don’t like saying goodbye, and this year, my heart was especially heavy because I was also leaving the community and moving 3 hours away! 131 more words

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Live Like You Were Dying

This blog is a departure for me. I usually write about education related topics. Today I’m contemplating life. I recently found out that a friend from college days suddenly, unexpectedly passed away. 290 more words

That Bittersweet Time of Year

It’s a strange juxtaposition of feelings, when you’re a teacher. This is my empty classroom (all the desks have been moved downstairs to the gym for testing purposes). 295 more words

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