Leslie's Voice

August Marks Back To School Season

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Photo Credit: controltheweb via Compfight cc

About two-thirds through the calendar year, the month of August saunters in and hails the transition from carefree, sprawling days of summer’s grassy fields and sandy shores to the madness that is back-to-school season. We’ve all been there. Some of us may reminisce with (nostalgia or a shudder) about our time in the classroom. Others consider the repercussions of sending little ones off on their own for the first time. Many are fledgling from the nest or returning from a long hiatus to pursue formal or informal education in face-to-face classrooms, hybrid teaching spaces, and online courses. And of course, there are the educators, teachers, and professors whose voices should also be heard.

This month, we’ll focus on sharing stories about learning and growing, about the uncomfortableness that manifests from metamorphosing into a new being through the pursuit of knowledge, and the fresh breath of unveiling our new selves from the chrysalis of hard work, dedication, and persistence. Join us.

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  1. Reblogged this on Leslie Learns Lines and commented:
    My teaching job is always my top priority, not only because it pays my bills, but because it’s something that provides me with intrinsic rewards as well. That’s why, for the month of August, I’ll be taking the helm over at The Gloria Sirens to feature stories and content related to school, education, and learning.

    Here’s a taste of what to expect:


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