You log into Facebook, and there’s THAT friend, the grammar expert. The well-meaning grammar cop who is on a personal mission to correct every grammar or spelling error, ever. The friend who would bring together the programmers who created Autocorrect for a workshop. We accept that person. We love that person, and sometimes we learn from that person. Some of us may or may not recognize ourselves in that person. I am not that person. Oh, no. I have a far more nerdy mission.
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The journey is over.
47,556 words, 200 pages. Defended. Paperwork filed.
Crashed with my sons, daughter-in-law, and grandsons. Called husband.
I’m now Dr. Mom, Dr. Gramma, and Dr. Dear.
And sitting in the airport waiting for a flight back home, I feel a bit lost and empty.
Maybe I’ll have something to say about it later. Maybe not.
I’m analyzing data from pre-service elementary science teachers who are working on an inquiry learning project. I’m a bit surprised with the results. Before I share, I’d like to hear from some elementary teachers about your current teaching of science and your teacher preparation program. What do you feel you teach really well in science? Where and how did you learn to do this well? In what areas do you most want to grow?
I can’t wait for your comments. In the meantime, I’m back to data analysis.