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David Sebek
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Great write up from Up Close Magazine!

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Six Outstanding Speakers in One Afternoon
Somehow I got myself invited to speak at Ian Byrd's Hatch Event in October. Which is kind of awesome because I get to hang out with Ian and Lisa Van Gemert and Nicole Shannon and also get to meet some new people like Daniel Brillhart and Whitley Rubinson. T...

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Using an Escape Game to Experience the Value of Partner Work
One of my students said that I was like a therapist because I was helping her express her frustration with group work. She bore many deep scars from projects that required her to spend more time trying to engage her teammates in the assignment rather than d...

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Welcome back to school!

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Back to School Video - 2016


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Happy to provide a new video for teacher training.

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Are We Really Learning What We Need To Know In Kindergarten?
I don't remember much about being five or being in Kindergarten. I think that might be okay because, more than likely, it was a positive experience. What do you remember about Kindergarten? What I do remember about teaching Kindergarten is that I was often ...

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The Graveyard Book - A Book Review
The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman My rating: 5 of 5 stars It begins with a murder, a race through the night and help from the unlikeliest of sources. Little Nobody "Bod" Owens, orphaned and alone, is taken in by the ghosts of the neighborhood cemetery and p...

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Whispered Screams - Book Review
Whispered Screams by Richard Fringe My rating: 5 of 5 stars Very creepy and well paced tales of suspense. All four stories explore the darker side of good intentions and what happens when we blindly follow those we trust into the shadows of human nature. Th...

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Finders Keepers - Book Review
Finders Keepers by Stephen King My rating: 3 of 5 stars This story is not a sequel to Mr. Mercedes. It runs parallel to the world created in the first Bill Hodges novel. You could read this novel without reading Mr. Mercedes because the first half of this n...
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