Monthly Archives: May 2011

“Articulate Specific Programs You Are For”

Justin Hamilton, the US┬áDepartment of Education’s Press Secretary sent out the following tweet: Mr. Hamilton had just endured a bashing on Twitter, some appropriate points, and a few very over the top. I have to admit as a teacher I … Continue reading

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My Comment on the Education Nation Blog

I left a comment on the “Education Nation Blog” post written by John Deasy, the superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Just thought I’d post it here tonight as well: Supt. Deasy – Nice job tonight, don’t agree … Continue reading

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Sooo … What Happened?

My 5th grade class sent up a high altitude balloon … well actually, Dr. Eric Wang from the University of Nevada, Reno, Mechanical Engineering Department and the NevadaSat program sent up a high altitude balloon from our playground with 2 … Continue reading

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What Do You Think Will Happen?

If you are a teacher here is a simple science / blogging project your students (or just you) can participate in. If you are NOT a teacher, participate yourself (it’s simple) or have your own children participate. We are sending … Continue reading

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