Some links to inspire on this beautiful fall day!
On summer’s departure. But autumn in the midwest, how do I love thee.
I may have already linked to this once, but I listened to the unedited version of Mary Oliver’s interview on the On Being podcast. She’s pretty amazing.
We are becoming the phone people! Yuck.
I really want to try making apple cider kombucha.
Speaking of fermented things, I follow this fermentation blog, Phickle, and would love to get her new book Ferment Your Vegetables!
Textbooks whitewashing history. No surprise there.
I don’t know much about this yet, but apparently Obama wants students to stop taking unnecessary tests. Heck yes.
I love this blog written by an American teacher who moved to Finland. He had an article in the Atlantic a while back which is how I found out about it. But I like his most recent post a lot as well: Finland’s teachers – with less stress and more time – collaborate naturally. My favorite line? “Collaboration is virtually impossible when teachers are overwhelmed.” My second favorite line? “Teachers need many opportunities to work together, and a lighter teaching load to maximize the time they spend together.” AMEN!
And for celebrating fall with your students…the Ultimate List of Books that Inspire Nature Explorations.
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