CLmooc BC Affinity Bridge

asking them to apply the writing, reading, and language strategies and concepts they learn in school to out-of-school contexts and then share the results in class Continue reading CLmooc BC Affinity Bridge

Curation: Small World Student Project

In the news of the world, we learn about what happens in other countries. Do similar events and news occur in our country? Continue reading Curation: Small World Student Project

BlogAMonth Lessons to Remember

  A Question As the world is busy making resolutions, what is the most important ‘lesson’ you want to teach your students? Note: This blog is part of the #blogamonth challenge. Join in our community of educators and give your blogging Continue reading BlogAMonth Lessons to Remember

Slice of Life Possibilities

  It’s March Slice of Life Challenge by the Two Writing Teachers: Write a slice of your life every day —  a moment of an any day or every day experience. Write it so others can live through it. How Continue reading Slice of Life Possibilities

#clmooc #digilit Sunday A Walk in Public Places

 A Walk in Public Places: My walk on Thursday Couldn’t add: Free Little Library Our side of town was once owned and maintained by the government during the building of Grand Coulee Dam, and our town benefits from that infrastructure Continue reading #clmooc #digilit Sunday A Walk in Public Places

#DigiLit Sunday #NaNoWriMo Google Apps

DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week’s list of bloggers: Sunday, November 9, 2014.   Our students in grades seven and eight are participating in Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday #NaNoWriMo Google Apps

#DigiLit Sunday #NaNoWriMo #clmooc

DigiLit Sunday is a Sunday post on literacy, an invitation by Margaret Simon, to share literacy strategies and tools for the classroom. This week’s list of bloggers: Sunday, November 2, 2014.    Engaged ! In October, we begin our preparation for our Continue reading #DigiLit Sunday #NaNoWriMo #clmooc

Google Education Groups

There’s an exciting thing in the Google World — Google Educator Groups [GEG ] in each state. We’ve even got one in Washington State: GEG WA   I just watched the recording of our first virtual meetup, hosted by +Justin Continue reading Google Education Groups

#clmooc #middleschool Inspiration

  Inspiration is all around. One place is #clmooc. That is a Connected Learning Massive Open Online Collaboration. I was involved as a participant and as part of the support team. Read about my #clmooc experience and learn about Connected Learning. It really isn’t anything Continue reading #clmooc #middleschool Inspiration

#CCSSBlog Think Integrative Think Interactive

Common Core: What Works? On a field trip with my sixth grade students, we stopped at a park across the street from an ice cream parlor. As I walked back from the store to the park with the last group Continue reading #CCSSBlog Think Integrative Think Interactive

#clmooc #k6diglit Invitation to Stay Connected

Margaret Simon asks a question: Tapping Student Connections How do we tap into student interests and create online learning environments for them to connect to and learn from?  That is the question for DigLit Sunday bloggers from Margaret Simon.  And Continue reading #clmooc #k6diglit Invitation to Stay Connected

#clmooc Writing Hacking Defining Week 4 Reflection #k6diglit

Writing Hacking Defining Today, I celebrate conversation, and the continuing celebrations each day at #clmooc. In the Hangouts and chats, in our posts, we continue the conversation about writing and making and hacking. I keep thinking about the conversations about Continue reading #clmooc Writing Hacking Defining Week 4 Reflection #k6diglit