Monthly Archives: February 2015

GENIUSHOUR AND OUR 100th Day OF SCHOOL

   Calendar Board Counting by 5’s A kinder shows her learning with tallies.             We have many ways of keeping track of our daily events in our kinder classroom from our birthday train to our … Continue reading

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A BUSY MONTH

Funny how posts have their own lives. Sometimes the one planned is not necessarily the one written.  After reading so many tweets about the 100th Day of school, the whys and what fors, to do or not to do, I … Continue reading

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A New Beginning: Getting Ready To Say Goodbye

 Robert Frosts’ poem often had me thinking as I traveled this road called Life. And now a new turn in the road that leads me away from the classroom that has been my passion and often a stronghold of my … Continue reading

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A Busy Month

Funny how posts have their own lives. Sometimes the one planned is not necessarily the one written.  After reading so many tweets about the 100th Day of school, the whys and what fors, to do or not to do, I … Continue reading

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When You Say It’s The Process, Not The Product

I had an interesting experience today. One of my epiphanies! I often hear colleagues say “it’s about the process, not the product” and I know I say that as well. Today I really had to come to terms with the … Continue reading

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Genius Hour As A Mindset

Full Disclosure: Genius Hour is one of the best ideas that I have embraced not only for my kindergarten students, but for myself as well. I look at success in genius hour in the framework of creating ideas, working collaboratively … Continue reading

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