Category Archives: Email

Response to: Is Experimentation Ethical?

Doug Johnson over at The Blue Skunk Blog made me write this post in response to this: Questions that come from the dark side of the force… Why should a teacher be given any more latitude to be “creative” with … Continue reading

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Sticklebacks, Diatomite, and a Whole ‘Lotta’ Learning

At the same time we are working on our trip to Mars (see below) we are making a digital video about stickleback fish fossils. About 35 miles east of Reno is a tiny town called Hazen, Nevada. Hazen is one … Continue reading

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School Shooting, Communication, Testing, Snow and Knowing Your Daughter Is Safe. Priceless!

My school district had what they call an hour delayed start today because of snow. It also happened to be the first day of CRT testing so this meant we had an hour less prime morning time for testing, and … Continue reading

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Learning Is Messy

“Messy” learning is: Maybe not being sure where to start or how to start. Trying and failing and trying again. Frustration, focus, idea, arguing, agreeing, experimenting, glue, paint, string, cardboard, scissors, what else could we use? not quite, better, worse, … Continue reading

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