3.18.17 How To Share I miss teaching, being in the classroom where students look to the teacher and each other to learn together. I miss how students huddle together to … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 18 How To– Share
Data fills our lives, much of it we create to share with family and friends, to work with the community, or to share with the world. Information flows to us … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay Data History
I spend time each day to learn from others by reading their ideas linked to in tweets on Twitter. Before November 8th, this daily activity inspired me and my work; … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 15 Blowin’ In The Wind
Do not make the mistake of thinking that you have to agree with people and their beliefs to defend them from injustice. ~ Bryant McGill in his Preamble to the Voice … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay Stand Up
In many schools across the country directly after the election, and increase in bullying and hateful incidents occurred. [CBS article] I have not found anymore articles indicating this trend has … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 12 Don’t Laugh
I am not a singer, but I sing. It’s off key and not something anyone else wants to hear. But singing soothes the soul. And songs that send me chills … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 11 This Land
I grew up Lutheran. I don’t know what that means today, but I know that I learned that Jesus Loves Me, and Jesus loves you, and we are to treat … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 8 Love
How do you overcome your inner critic? #DoodleaDay is helping me have that conversation — the one in the above doodle. It’s so common, isn’t it? Especially if you’re just … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 7 Inner Critic
Right now community gatherings are strained. People either talk about trivialities or separate into groups. When things start to hit our area, when we are affected by the changes, the … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 6
Other times we hop in the car for that traditional pastime from both our childhoods: the Sunday drive.
I am finding hope in these dark times. I know that many of my friends voted for Trump, and I know them to be kind and caring. Therefore, I … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 4
March 1: Pow! Another punch to the people: attack on protecting our air, water, and land: Cut funding to the Environmental Protection Agency by one-fifth! Read the Washington Post article. … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 3
I have, I now understand, taken for granted the idea of freedom and the idea that my country was the greatest on earth, to which people around the world dreamed … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 2
Surviving the paralyzing inhumanity I feel in the country today, I have finally found solace in a daily activity for the month of March found in a tweet by @royanlee. … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay
Troubled times. Disparate beliefs. 1.20.17 Come together.