THE “G” IN THANKSGIVING

THE “G” IN THANKSGIVING

November 2018 Blog By Ed DeRoche, Ph.D. For a variety of reasons, I have been reading about the “power” of engaging in the “habit” of expressing gratitude in what one says and what one does. I thought that this would be an appropriate topic for this month—celebrating Thanksgiving Day.  Robert A. Emmons, Ph.D., the world’s…Read More >>

All About Character

All About Character

October 2018 Blog By Edward F. DeRoche, Ph.D. Politicians, the press, the public, and most educators are excited about the Common Core State Standards (CCSS), Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM), and, of course, the ever present thrust for more testing. Most of us know that knowledge keeps no better than fish—use it or…Read More >>

My First Parent-Teacher Conference

My First Parent-Teacher Conference

September Blog 2018 By Ed DeRoche When I was a kid, my father and mother took me to my first parent-teacher conference. I told them that students did not attend these meetings. “You’re going.” I don’t know why my parents wanted me there because I did not plan to participate in their conversation. But I…Read More >>

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