Monthly Archives: December 2009

Our First Blog Posts! (yeah!!!)

It’s been a long time coming, but my new class of 4th graders posted for the first time on their blogs today. Our new MacBooks are up and running, we’ve learned how to turn them on, find our class wiki … Continue reading

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Ran Into A Former Student

My family was given some “unused” tickets to the local production of The Nutcracker last night (which was fantastic btw). We sat in a section where most of the audience were families of children with cancer or in remission of … Continue reading

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Going From 1:1 To Not 1:1 … Temporarily Even Is Tough … More Thoughts

We have 30 laptops charged and ready that are still not on the school district network after 15 weeks of school … should be put on soon … fingers crossed! For the last 3 years my class has been a … Continue reading

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School Change Is Important … As Long As They Don’t Really Change!

SchoolChange Originally uploaded by BCrosby I made this poster from a photo I took at a turn of the century school in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, using “Motivator” on FD’s Flickr Toys. Click on the photo to see it in … Continue reading

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