Why Blog? As I reflect on my continuous evolution as an educational leader I am constantly amazed at how things have changed over the course of three years. It was in March of 2009 that I decided to give this social networking tool Twitter a try. At the time I was skeptical about whether my time was going to be well spent posting updates in 140 characters and whether or not people would actually care or be interested in what I was doing. After nearly a year of using Twitter from an educational perspective I had begun to find and read blogs on a daily basis around February 2010. So what changed? I absolutely relish the fact that I now utilize my blog as a vehicle to share the successes of my students and staff. Why do I blog? Major Love of Film
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Kid Reporter Blogs | Sports Illustrated Kids One of the advantages living close to Fenway Park (arguably one of the best baseball parks in the Major Leagues) is that I get to go to a lot of games. So far, the Red Sox have only played six games at home this this season, and I’ve been to two of them – not bad for a 10-year old, right? At one of the games, I got to see one of my favorite players, Daniel Nava, make a nice catch in right field about 10 feet away from me. I love watching Nava play. He always puts in 100 percent effort. Even if the Red Sox are losing 20-1, he still goes out there and plays like they could win. I think Nava has been one of the great Red Sox stories of the past few years. But before Nava was a big league slugger, he was an undersized kid who faced a lot of personal adversity.
Teaching My Friends! bibas photos Weekend Website #91: 16 Word Study Websites for 2nd Grade Every Friday, I’ll send you a wonderful website (or more) that my classes and my parents love. I think you’ll find they’ll be a favorite of your students as they are of mine. Here’s a list of 16 Word Study websites for 2nd Grade. I’ve used all of these in my classroom. Usually, I create a ‘box of links’ on the internet start page and put them all there, let students pick. Sometimes, we all use one together. To sign up for Weekend Websites delivered to your email, click Weekend Websites here. Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-8 technology for 15 years. Follow me Like this: Like Loading...
childtasticbooks | Great books for great readers Meacham Book Bins We have over 2,000 books in our classroom. On top of those, we always have additional books from the school library and Door County Public libraries. We love books! We store the books in tubs (of course!). On Mondays, students self-select books (beginning in October). The labels print out on address sized labels (Avery #8160). Click here to download the Book Bin business cards that I use, for my book bin labels. The labels below were created by me and several web site visitors who have generously shared their creations.
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