Monthly Archives: December 2008

If We Are Going To Invest In Infrastructure, This Is The Best Money We Could Spend

With the siren call from many, and President-elect Obama’s seeming support for investing in and re-building our long neglected infrastructure I have hope that schools and educational programs will be included. Generally, No Child Left Behind has banked on the … Continue reading

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From Iceland To Classroom

    You might remember just a short 2 weeks ago we Skyped Alan Levine into our studies from Iceland. On Wednesday, just as planned, he showed up again, but this time in person … and he was bearing gifts. Coins … Continue reading

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Bicycle Racer “Peddles” Bicycles To My Class

Local bicycle Racer Alex Candelario and Reno Bike Project Co-Founder Kyle Kozar visited our classroom last Tuesday. They were there in support of our newest project. Both Alex and Kyle rode their bikes, they figured about 5 miles, which brought … Continue reading

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Our Newest Community Service Project – The Reno Bike Project, Project

We’ve finally kicked off our newest project. How I discovered this opportunity is part of the story. On a busy evening (they all seem that way lately) I made a quick check of Twitter happenings and saw this from David … Continue reading

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My Students’ Blog Has Been Nominated By Edublog As Best Class Blog

My Class’s Blog Blogged with the Flock Browser Tags: EdublogAwards

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