Monthly Archives: June 2015

Putting It Together 

I know I’m itching to write a post. But all over the place with what I want to share.  I was reading many tweets from my PLN and others at #iste2015 and was sad that I was #notatiste2015 but realized … Continue reading

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WHAT INTRINSIC MOTIVATION LOOKS LIKE IN KINDERGARTEN

A post on Twitter had me thinking and I tweeted back because @larryferlazoo is an incredible teacher, mentor and blogger. He shares his learning and his insights. We are all better for his interest in his students and education. Below … Continue reading

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AN AHA MOMENT

This is a short post on an “aha moment” I had on Thursday after our PD about learning and the brain. We had a speaker discuss  various topics concerned with learning, perseverance, mindset and connections to the brain. I thought … Continue reading

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NO LONGER IN DENIAL

I cried for the first time yesterday. It hit me so hard that this is it. Life’s decisions lead to life’s changes. Where I teach the 6th grade graduation includes a wonderful class performance. The students sing, dance and participate … Continue reading

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Whose Genius Hour Is It Anyway?

This is a short post because I wanted to share a different kind of genius hour. Last week was our Andy Goldsworthy  Day on the  EC2 yard. We had a whole day of using “stuff” from nature to create art. No pencils … Continue reading

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