How do you share who you are — especially online? How do you share who you are to your online communities? How do you introduce yourself? What would be important, … Continue Reading The True You: Iterations of a ‘bio’
To my colleagues and school board who graciously helped me retire after thirty-one years of teaching at my school. Thank you all.
Cherry Tree Cherry Blossoms Thank you Earth for cherry trees bursts of pink blossoms on branches full hiding robin’s nest, but not her too early chirp, my alarm clock. Sheri … Continue Reading Slice of Life NPM16 Cherry Tree
Petals, waxy cream Buds, brown fuzz Leaves, not yet Branch, crooked brown Aroma, stops you thirty feet away This, magnificent magnolia. Get ready for National Poetry Month ! Writing Strategies … Continue Reading Slice of Life Magnolia
New Post: What Great Leaders Do Differently 2016 https://t.co/pgIBE1Ly6C #cpchat #edchat pic.twitter.com/ERv5Q9H6LK — David Geurin (@DavidGeurin) March 17, 2016 David Geurin is a “principal and lead learner at … Continue Reading Slice of Life Leadership
I’m in class all day. But my granddaughter currently travels throughout Italy with a backpack and an adventurous attitude. Her blog says: A vacation is a break from everyday life … Continue Reading Slice of Life I Missed Venice
Mist in the morning Clouds on the cliffs Cold in the courtyard Frost on the fence Play on the playground Gone from the green. Writing Strategies: Alliteration: Each phrase … Continue Reading Slice of Life Mist
Spring Google Doodle I loved this. Look at the expression in those eyes. The “Oh no, what have you done?” and the “Oops.” No nagging or complaining, just the looks. And … Continue Reading Slice of Life Spring Google Doodle
Such fun. Wake up. Find my friends. Take a tour of Rome with them.
Morning frost The daffodils drop Wait for sun Daffodils slumber Yellow glow Daffodils grow.