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That moment when you had a really good idea for a lesson before you fell asleep last night, and can’t remember it at school the next lesson….

It was something for practicing the difference between perspective and point of view…

Sunday afternoons as a teacher. 

Planning binder.
Notebook.
Reader’s Notebook.
Writer’s Notebook.
iPad.
Student Questionnaires.
First Week Pre-Assessments.
The One the Only Ivan.
Atwell’s “Naming the World.”

Sunday afternoons as a teacher.

Planning binder.
Notebook.
Reader’s Notebook.
Writer’s Notebook.
iPad.
Student Questionnaires.
First Week Pre-Assessments.
The One the Only Ivan.
Atwell’s “Naming the World.”

Looks like a Saturday morning to me!

Looks like a Saturday morning to me!

Resources for 21st Century Learning/Teaching

Anybody know some great books/articles that talk about strategies to use for 21st century learning? It’s part of my goal for my PDP. I know there’ say lot of stuff out there, I just don’t want to waste my time reading stuff that isn’t great if you have some good suggestions! Ideas?

Makes me laugh, every time!

Makes me laugh, every time!

One child, one teacher, one book, and one pen can change the world.  Education is the only solution.  Education first.

Malala Yousafzai (Pakistani teen that was shot by the Taliban last year for trying to go to school)

bookmania:

Book Activity

Would he be killed?

bookmania:

Book Activity

Would he be killed?

Real heroes don’t wear capes. They work in America’s schools.

Nebla Marquez-Greenhad, mother of a girl who was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting, 

http://mychannel957.com/mother-of-sandy-hook-victim-write-powerful-letter-to-teachers/