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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 15:06

Darlin...when I was a teacher....we used quill pens and inkwells lol


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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 14:53

Let's just say educators. Even the principals teach and sometimes they forget that. The job is more than just administrating a school. Your audience just might be a bit older than when you were in the classroom.


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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 13:38

Don't teach anymore...not for a long time. I am the guy in the office (principal) however I also mentor/evaluate student teachers for a local university.


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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 13:36

Did the circle 2 years ago......incredible trip........would recommend it to anyone......I really loved Minnesota! Duluth is a wonderful city.


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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 13:07

Another teacher here. Just got back from riding around the thumb in Michigan. Next week I leave for my annual summer trip to Keewenaw Peninsula. I teach tech and information literacy skills at a middle school, but in the summer I teach teachers. Last week and this week are county Tech Academies so after teaching all week the rides are a stress reliever. We have a fall trip to the Thumb again and then an Oct. trip to ride the lake shore around the tip of the mitten. If those terms (thumb and mitten) don't make sense look at a map. Safe riding. I was hoping to circle Lake Superior this summer but took mom on a trip to see ailing sister. It was worth it, but next summer I will do the circle tour.


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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 09:49

Re: Teacher/Director of a virtual school for special needs and at-risk youth here!...What do you teach? teebis write: ah yes....the summer joys of being a teacher..I am one myself......principal actually......and work partime for a local university...We do love those summertime months off :)



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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 09:47

ah yes....the summer joys of being a teacher..I am one myself......principal actually......and work partime for a local university...We do love those summertime months off :)


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Posted on Sun, Aug 05, 2007 07:38

Being a teacher....I am off all summer and have been enjoying some sights around the country and the wonderful, unusual weather in Ohio......didn't get humid till this week! We are all very fortunate to be able to travel and marvel at beauty and nature.


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