Sunday, July 14, 2013

Forgive my summer brain

Forgive my lack of posting lately. Between keeping up with my toddler, curriculum development work at school this summer, and studying for the GREs* I've found that my mind has come incoherent when I take time for reflections on life. There is so much swimming around that when I find myself at the computer I can't keep my thoughts focused.

Give me time and I'll be back, with lots of thoughts on special education, inclusion, literacy development, and parent involvement- it's all there waiting to be pulled out and put on paper.

Summer break....  (I'm not here, just trying to pretend that I am...)



*How painful is it that I have to re-take them because they only last for 5 years? How painful is it that I was in a doctoral program and dropped out, and now will need to re-take the GREs to reapply? How painful is it that I am suffering through memorizing formulas I haven't thought about in 14 years (well, except for the last time I studied for the GREs)? The world feels painfully unfair at the moment, and I'm not a third grader getting ready for my first standardized test.

2 comments:

Ms. Hart said...

You can't take the MAT instead? That's what I did for my masters program- a much less scary test!

Ms. Hart said...

You can't take the MAT instead? That's what I did for my masters program- a much less scary test!