Monthly Archives: November 2015

Week 13: Short!

I love that week before Thanksgiving. Half day on Wednesday, a sense of pre-break excitement, then the promise of turkey, stuffing, and laughing with family and friends. Good week all around. It was a little slower around the library, so … Continue reading

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Microbit: Coding Powered with a Banana

Michael Braun stopped by today to work with 6th graders. He brought the Microbit along – a device that he wanted to test (and had messaged me about a few months ago). I’m glad that I got him connected with … Continue reading

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Week 11: Stay on Target

This turned in a planning week for me, as classroom projects are in various states of completion. This was also a good week to work with colleagues and parents in different roles, and to connect with other educators and professionals … Continue reading

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Skyping with Authors

I know – I didn’t reflect this last week. We were out of town and there wasn’t a good chance to do it. But, today, I had the great experience of Skyping with an author., We connected with Lynne Matsen … Continue reading

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Week 9: (meh)

It was not a “meh” week. Not in the least. Time with KCLS, planned for a great 7th grade project, Halloween, and spirit week are never dull. Today is kind of “meh” and I’m running out of time to reflect. … Continue reading

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