With this candle, I send you bright wishes
Wrapping Up Warm Wishes for the Holiday Season
I found among my brother’s things this old picture frame, probably made of brass, with pictures of my father and my mother when they were young parents. I do not … Continue Reading Framed Hair
Just think how much better I would be if I had been following this interest all these seventy years! Genius Hour in schools would provide students with a chance to discover their passions.
Basically all I need and use is held within folders on my home page. Filing cabinets of info in the palm of my hand, and this has been so helpful in recent days for a variety of reasons.
That wasn’t always the case. Over twenty years ago, my go-to organizer was Day-Timer.
Ok! Hooray! I’ve been working on this class for weeks. I started taking the “Affinity Designer” class from Liz Kohler Brown [looking forward to finishing and for more like it!], … Continue Reading Blooming Skills
Gold Cheek Warbler
white doesn’t print– it will turn to black
Now that the “stamp blobs” are ready, I could do a little experimentation
What art have you revised today?
the balance of nature, complete with bugs and weeds.
Change the orange to a tan and the rusty brown to a brown and the cat would look like my current wild one.
That’s what learners do: try, get feedback, revise, and try again.
You know you’re a nerdy teacher when… You’re comfortable with students knowing more than you Your students are comfortable sharing their aha’s of a new shortcut with you and their … Continue Reading SOL19 Nerdy Teacher
Notice Even in all the rush the flurry of our busy days, that device in your pocket helped develop your eye, your observations, so that in that moment, that … Continue Reading NaPoWriMo Notice
This is my first posting to Flickr. It was January 13, 2009. Winter was harsh and bitter; Crescent Lake froze. The hills, dotted in sage brush, looked like a frosty … Continue Reading SOL Thank You