Elementary school teachers are typically creative, caring, and committed to using every crayon in the box to help ensure that their young pupils learn the basics of reading, math, English, and science. My friend, Fifi, is that teacher you always remember – the one who crawls around on the floor with the blocks, sings valiantly … Continue reading Metamorphosis 2.0 – Teachable Moments in Monarchs and Menopause
Month: October 2014
Mea Culpa – Lord Have Mercy!
Mea Culpa – Lord Have Mercy! I’m sorry. The literal translation of the Latin phrase “mea culpa” is “through my fault,” a genuine acknowledgement of one’s error or fault. The act of saying it is called an apology. Doesn’t it somehow seem a bit ironic then, that apology, a word of Greek origin, can seem … Continue reading Mea Culpa – Lord Have Mercy!