“Elementary (Logic), my dear Watson…”

I married into a family of mystery fanatics. Sherlock Holmes. Agatha Christie. Family viewing of Murder She Wrote and Masterpiece Mystery each week. My husband grew up cracking codes and solving cases from Agent Arthur books in the backseat on long car trips. They even do Murder Mystery puzzles on vacation (still). It is no… Continue reading

If at first you don’t succeed… try something else!

In the world of Response to Intervention (RTI) work, we often find ourselves working with students who are stuck on a particular concept. Whether it be the alphabet, sight words or reading comprehension issues, chances are that student has already been shown the information in a more traditional way. We know whole group lessons don’t… Continue reading