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April 30, 2015

Guest Post: Keeping Up With the Paperwork – IEP Edition

Maia’s Note: I met Kristin Barnhart, a Learning Specialist and 5th Grade Team Leader in Nashville, a few years ago at a teacher-leader training, and I was WOW-ed by her Togetherness as a special educator. She is passionate about supporting all…

April 24, 2015

Yesterbox PLUS Inbox Pause!

The Yesterbox blog post (Hi, Tony, are you reading this?!) got a lot of traction. People are INTO it. I’m into it. Ron G., a principal in New Orleans, is into it. He also takes it one step further by adding in Inbox Pause, a button to help you…

April 22, 2015

The Dude Abides — and How to Survive a Move!

I know, I know, I’ve been a little quiet around here lately. I owe you an explanation . . . Somewhere between the move, my two-year-old poking himself in the eye badly enough to require an emergency trip to the ophthalmologist (he is fine, but…

April 9, 2015

Student Materials, Part 1: Notebooks and Flashcards

I’m continuing my obsession with teachers who help students keep their time, space, and stuff Together. Last year, I wrote about student planners, binders and visual anchors. I’m going to start off a three-part series on Together Students. It…

April 1, 2015

One of Those Weeks

Friends, I’m having one of those weeks. Or maybe months? But I’ve been quiet over here on the blog, so I figure I owe you an explanation. One of those weeks when the 16-year-old cat has a seizure so now needs regular thyroid medicine, which…