Do You Have a Hunch? #SOLC Day 10

I am participating in the Two Writing Teachers March Blog Challenge. If you would like more information about this challenge click here. Several years ago I learned about the 36 questions to become closer to someone. In the New York Times, the article was titled┬áThe 36 Questions that Lead to Love. I am always fascinated byContinue reading “Do You Have a Hunch? #SOLC Day 10”

Weekend Coffee Share #SOLC Day 8

A cup of coffee and a conversation… Welcome back to Sunday! It is a full moon tonight and the time change. I do not like daylight savings time at all. If we were having coffee I would tell you the twowritingteachers.org challenge is working nicely. We are one week in and I have posted everyContinue reading “Weekend Coffee Share #SOLC Day 8”

Llama Famous #SOLC20 Day 3

I am participating in the Two Writing Teachers March Blog Challenge. If you would like more information about this challenge click here. Several years ago I learned about the 36 questions to become closer to someone. In the New York Times, the article was titled The 36 Questions that Lead to Love. I am alwaysContinue reading “Llama Famous #SOLC20 Day 3”

Dinner Guests #SOLC20 Day 1

I am participating in the Two Writing Teachers March Blog Challenge. If you would like more information about this challenge click here. Several years ago I learned about the 36 questions to become closer to someone. In the New York Times, the article was titled The 36 Questions that Lead to Love. I am alwaysContinue reading “Dinner Guests #SOLC20 Day 1”

A Workshop Reflection

Last fall I attended a workshop in Atlanta, Georgia where I was able to explore models, critique, and descriptive feedback in the context of education and a new curriculum. While I was grappling with the new information within a new philosophy I was struck with intellectual lightening bolts and I considered my own writing practiceContinue reading “A Workshop Reflection”

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