Self-Assessment

A writer whose work I admire enormously tweeted the other day about the new book they’re working on and the joy they’re taking in it. Reading this tweet left me simultaneously delighted and saddened — delighted because there will soon be more amazing work for me to learn from; saddened because… well, because me. Because …

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Reflection over prediction, or why we should write our lesson plans after the lesson

  There are three aspects of American life and culture about which I am unapologetically–and nearly equally–passionate: education, politics, and sports.   While I am sure that the 3 areas share many similarities, it’s the differences among these arenas that has attracted my enthusiasm. Education, specifically music education, has been my career path for over 30 years, …

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