Imagining what I might find at the park today, I hope to see a Yellow-Throated Warbler catching a rest on his migration.
Thinking about a native plant themed garden for our area — how could you research for your area?
when horses arrived, horses became part of the people
join the WriteOut sponsored by the National Writing Project and the National Park Service to get outside and observe the spaces around you
Photo taken in 2010 on my way to work: a dusting of snowfall and a blanket of soft mist, all shining gloriously in the sun. I stopped in awe and thanks.
Getting pretty excited about #WriteOut — a placed-based collaboration by the National Park Service and the National Writing Project. It’s a time to follow your nose out and about wherever you are– urban, rural, and in-between — to touch bases…
“be encouraged about what your teaching will let tomorrow look like” ~ Shelly Blake-Plock
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Would it be helpful to share particular strategies we use to start the year?
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life is the journey and you’ll get done what you need to
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encourage others to blog about their interests and passions, to share with and connect with others
Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness.
The good way
is to use it now.
~ Seymour Papert ~
“As you grow older, you will discover that you have two hands: one for helping yourself, the other for helping others.” ~ Audrey Hepburn
What has contributed to the educator you are today?
Take time for your passions… #8weeksofsummer
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Poetry is personal; it is not perfect nor does it need to rhyme: it is emotion and memory and meaning from your heart about what’s simple and yet important in your life. That’s what makes them profound, especially to the author– you.
A challenge attempted is an acceptance of hope,
an acknowledgement of the possible
What are your Saturday simple things?
Traces of Spaces
Between thinking and doing-
twisting and turning