Have you any idea what the dangling fruit here is? Can you believe that the largest of these trees covers 8,400 square metres (2.1 acres)! Is that amazing? It’s huge! … Continue Reading Slice of Life Nutty Nerds
Kids text a lot. My granddaughter could text without looking. I don’t know how she does that. I remember one of my “hunt and peck” students, put his hands in … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 27 Text
Walking is required for good health; a dog makes that walk enjoyable, and a must twice a day. “Walk?” Is all that’s needed and the dog’s ears pop up, his … Continue Reading SOL17 DoodleaDay 20 Graph a Walk
Teachers: Always Learning– Communicate to Families As I strive to become a better teacher, coach, and learner, I search for resources that help me grow, offering ideas that I can … Continue Reading 21st Century for Families #immooc
By Angelo Gelmi – http://openclipart.org/, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1421341 For three days, a tournament captures the hearts and minds of players who truly team together on and off court. They share their … Continue Reading Slice of Life Volleyball
Regional Volleyball tournaments in Spokane brought a busy weekend for my granddaughter and because it’s so close — we got to go too. It was awesome watching all the games … Continue Reading #sol15 Gramma’s Weekend
Fifth grade and sixth grade still focus on elaboration in writing. However, we will dabble in applying our elaboration skills on election issues. I hope to introduce them to working … Continue Reading What’s Next?
After reading the resources and research from my PB Camp, I created a page for families about: -what is a wiki -why wiki -benefits -pedagogy http://whatelse.pbwiki.com/Learning-With-Wikis It needs more work, … Continue Reading Why wiki parent page