Saddle Up & Rope Em In! Codes to Teach Like a Cowboy / Cowgirl. Teacher Reboot Camp. Jake duncan on Strikingly. Learning to Go: Lesson Ideas for Teaching with Mobile Devices, Cell Phones, and BYOT. Every day, people around the world communicate, connect, and learn digitally on the go.
Our students spend hours with their devices and digital tools. Imagine if some of that time was spent learning your content. Imagine your students learning by creating, playing, translating, editing, curating, researching, and brainstorming digitally on cell phones, mobile devices, laptops, tablets, iPads, Chromebooks, and consoles. Learning to Go is a collection of lesson plans, resources, handouts, and tips for teachers wishing to incorporate mobile devices, cell phones or BYOT (Bring Your Own Technology) into their teaching. This book offers suggestions for adapting your curriculum even if your students have little access to technology or you are new to technology integration.
The Daring Librarian: Saddle Up & Rope ‘Em In! Codes to Teach Like a Cowboy / Cowgirl I am SO very excited to announce that two educators whom I greatly respect and admire are going to guest speak on our #TLChat Virtual Cafe webinar series: Shelly Terrell & Jake Duncan "Teaching can feel like trying to conquer the Wild West.
We need inspiration and advice from trailblazers used to rough terrains. Two Texas educators invite you to join this campfire conversation in which they will share some practical ideas and tips for handling anything from fundraising to teaching with little technology. October 6th, 2014 8pm Eastern USA time Session Wikipage Did you miss it? Follow Shelly Terrell---> @ShellTerrell Follow Jake Duncan ---> @jkdncn Resources: Click for Shelly's Pearl Trees List of Resources Credits: Photos gleefully stolen from Shelly & Jake Title photo design inspired by a Flickr Creative Commons photo by Eric Leslie & graphic design by yours truly and PicMonkey!
Cowboy Quotes, Sayings, and Wisdom. Never approach a bull from the front, a horse from the rear, or a fool from any direction.Don't squat with your spurs on.Don't judge people by their relatives.Behind every successful rancher is a wife who works in town.When you lose, don't lose the lesson.Talk slowly, think quickly.Remember that silence is sometimes the best answer.Live a good, honorable life.
Then when you get older and think back, you'll enjoy it a second time.Don't interfere with something that ain't botherin' you none.Timing has a lot to do with the outcome of a rain dance.It's better to be a has-been that a never-was.The easiest way to eat crow is while it's still warm. John Wayne. Famous Gunfighters of the Western Frontier: Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, Luke Short and Others: W. B. (Bat) Masterson: 9780486470146: Amazon.com. True Tales and Amazing Legends of the Old West: From True West Magazine: Editors of True West: 9780307236388: Amazon.com. A Century of Great Western Stories-An Anthology of Western Fiction (9780312869854): John Jakes.
The Greatest Cowboy Stories Ever Told: Enduring Tales of the Western Frontier (9781592289042): Stephen Vincent Brennan. Ten Thousand Goddam Cattle: A History of the American Cowboy in Song, Story and Verse: Katie Lee: 9780826323354: Amazon.com. Lonesome Dove: A Novel: Larry McMurtry: 9780684871226: Amazon.com. Classic Cowboy Stories: Eighteen Extraordinary Tales of the Old West: Michael McCoy: 9781592282586: Amazon.com. Am I a real Cowboy? My story I was born in Rocky Mount, North Carolina in January of 1952.
During my early years, I liked to play with garden hoses and extension cords. My father use to tell following story. "Frank was almost three before he was old enough to see a Christmas tree and have any real grasp of what it was. That Christmas, after the tree lights had been on for a couple of hours, I picked him up and let him grab hold of one of the bulbs. (remember the old C7 Christmas lights, the bigger hot ones) He didn't touch the tree again that year, but he has been playing with lights and wires ever since. " The neighbors said I would grow up to be either a fireman or an electrician, and I've been both. The move In the late 1950s, my father's photographic business began to dry up and he was forced to find another source of income.
After 2 years, we moved to a brand new house in a community just outside the Capitol Beltway in Virginia. Motorcycles From about 1980 through 1988, I rode several motorcycles. Horseback Riding & Supper Show at Palmer Gulch Stables by Dakota Badland Outfitters (605)574-3412, South Dakota. Old West Wisdom - Page 2. Cowboy Terms. Funny Cowboy Sayings. If you are looking for funny cowboy sayings, here are some for you including some quotes as well.
You can also check out the sayings about horses. Cowboy Wisdom and Humor Ever since a man rode a horse, there has been cowboy wisdom. Cowboys have a way of looking at things a little differently than the rest of us. Their wisdom is simpler and more down to Earth. Enjoy these funny cowboy sayings: Always drink upstream from the herd.An onion can make people cry; but, there’s never been a vegetable that can make people laugh.Any cowboy can carry a tune.
Things a Cowboy Should Not Do Here are some words to live by according to cowboys. Don’t squat with your spurs on. Funny Cowboy Sayings. Old West Wisdom. Quotes and Words of the Old West. Western Slang, Lingo, and Phrases - A Writer's Guide to the Old West. Funny Cowboy Sayings. Western Slang, Lingo, and Phrases - A Writer's Guide to the Old West. Western Slang, Lingo, and Phrases - A Writer's Guide to the Old West.