Mrs. Lusignan's T.O.C. Adventures

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Mrs. Lusignan's T.O.C. Adventures
  • Introducing ...

    • Welcome to my blog that will keep you updated on my T.O.C. adventures! I am extremely excited and, I must admit, a bit nervous to be embarking upon my journey into this invigorating yet ambiguous terrain of TOCing. The path has been tread upon before but no two journeys are the same. On my home page you will find the most updated blog posts that will diary my days out working in various classrooms. I will highlight my adventures as they pertain to my T.O.C. experience. Sometimes even if I am not working out at the schools I may post about something interesting that I may come across in the news, in a book, or just something in my daily life. Also, if you look at 2010 archives you will be able to read my messages posted during my practicum - I have taken many down but left a few up because I liked them and thought they would be useful in getting to know me a little more! There are links at the bottom of the home page and on the right column to various fabulous sites I have found and loved! I hope to become connected to other educators through this open avenue of technology. It is my wish that you will be able to learn a little about myself and my beliefs as a teacher. Also, I hope to inspire, in some way, the other T.O.C.s making their way through the many unknowns of our current reality as a Teacher on Call. I encourage viewers to comment or send me a message or question. I think that one of the most productive type of learning happens when more than one brain is at work! Thank you for taking the time to stop and take a look! Yours in Learning, Mrs. L
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