Monthly Archives: October 2011

No Child Left behind… to reflect on life

Enchore Cartoon

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My new favorite video on YouTube: Rick Wormeli: Redos, Retakes, and Do-Overs, Part Two

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My new favorite video on YouTube: Rick Wormeli: Redos, Retakes, and Do-Overs, Part One

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BYOC: Bring Your Own Context

BYOC: Bring Your Own Context by Shelly Blake-Plock A lot of discussion recently over the pros and cons of BYOD — Bring Your Own Device. Some folks have been quite adamantly in favor or against. For all the hub-bub, I think … Continue reading

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Abstruse Goose

Spherical Cow from Abstruse Goose http://abstrusegoose.com/406?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+AbstruseGoose+%28Abstruse+Goose%29

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are posting outcomes best practice?

  for the love of learning: Stop writing the objectives on the board from www.joebower.org http://www.joebower.org/2011/10/stop-writing-objectives-on-board.html

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Cross posting

I connected my WordPress blog with my Posterous site. That sounds like a redundancy. I suppose it is but I liked Posterous because I could easily share items I liked while browsing. It was dedicated to my responses and reflections on the … Continue reading

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What you see is all there is

Don’t Blink! The Hazards of Confidence  … people who face a difficult question often answer an easier one instead, without realizing it. We were required to predict a soldier’s performance in officer training and in combat, but we did so … Continue reading

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Posting from my Android tablet just made life a little simpler

I am probably playing catch up with most of you but I now have an android tablet. I am adding small apps to the tablet to make life simple for me. Tonight I found the WordPress app. It is a … Continue reading

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DOGHOUSE | Quick Reflexes

via thedoghousediaries.com Okay, I have not been using alt-tab, I just tried it for what might be the first time. I’ll have to teach this trick to my fourth graders so they can fool me better. They are still at … Continue reading

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