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 Continue reading WriteOut
A challenge attempted is an acceptance of hope,
an acknowledgement of the possible
Continue reading When a challenge is accepted
connect with poetry by finding poems for yourself, for others, or for places around you Continue reading Poetry Invitation
a few tips to be more successful at Google Drawings Continue reading STUBC Avatars Google Drawing Tips
Do you wonder about the world– what’s in the news everywhere? I’ve a favorite website I love to visit to read interesting news from around the world. Continue reading What’s in the news around the world?
Are you creating a slideshow or poster or drawing and need a character? Perhaps you’d like a new avatar?
Google drawing is your answer — just using basic shapes Continue reading STUBC Google Drawing Characters
In those connections, build relationships — keep connecting with the people who respond, and keep initiating responses yourself. Continue reading Blog to Share and Connect
why your “HOME” is important Continue reading My Blog: My Home
Why Blog? Four Important Reasons Continue reading Why Blog? Four Reasons
Happy St. Patrick’s Day — a few creative ideas Continue reading A Green Day
The blank page dared me to sit there and waste time, but NO! I will defeat it! Continue reading Grab an Idea – Word Cloud
I can hear my mom now as I struggled with something, “Where’s there’s a will, there’s a way.” Continue reading The Mess of Changing Themes
Celebrating Tomorrow’s Fresh New Environment Continue reading Response: Expo 74
The Blank Page
It stares back at you, daring you to just try to type and your mind goes as blank as that page.
Continue reading A Few Places for Writing Ideas
learned, collaborated, and published in authentic ways using digital citizenship Continue reading Blast from the Past: A Start to Blog with Students