Monthly Archives: March 2014

#Geniushour Leads Into Spring Break

We know that #geniushour is a big draw in our kindergarten class. The children have been pleading for another #geniushour #tinkering time, and today was the day! We had saved boxes, cartons, tubes and the like for just this time. … Continue reading

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We Start spring Break

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What Makes Me Cringe…

So many thoughts percolating through my head, so much I want to say, so please bear with me if I ramble. I cringe when I hear educators say: We have to get them ready for kindergarten, first grade, for the … Continue reading

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When I Look At My Cup

My head is still filled with the wonder of the #ASCD14 Conference in Los Angeles March 15-17th (the days I attended). The draw for me were the keynote speakers Daniel Pink and Sir Ken Robinson. Then I also heard Tony … Continue reading

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I Am Not Flawed

For those who read my blog you know that my focus on education are really my reflections about where I am, where I’ve been and where I’m going. So this post is about an epiphany I recently had about me … Continue reading

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How We Made Our 100th day of School Part of Geniushour

We have always celebrated our 100th Day of School with a museum exhibit of our collections. At my school we have a nice space to display the collections and we invite all members of our school community to come and … Continue reading

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