Monthly Archives: September 2010

Matt Arguello September 2010

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George Couros September 2010

It is amazing that I have never really “looked” at my desk and how it is set up (other than it is always messy) and thought about why it is set up the way it is.  As a principal, I … Continue reading

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Stephanie Mechmann September 2010

Thursday morning 7:30am

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Ron King September 2010

Can you see my beautiful new desk?  I was pleasantly surprised to start the school year off with a new two-part desk!  Of course after just a week of school you can already see the papers piling up.  I don’t … Continue reading

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Edna Sackson September 2010

My desk looks a bit neater than usual in this photo, since it’s the end of term and I’ve tidied up! Items of note: I have a separate USB keyboard with Hebrew letters as my laptop doesn’t have Hebrew keys. … Continue reading

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Roberto Greco September 2010

In transit to the next desk, a vacant seat in the classroom* of the moment (not pictured), with mate and thermos (the caffeine keeps me awake**, the process slows me down); laptop and charger (to research, record, communicate, and share***); and … Continue reading

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Stephen Davis September 2010

I love happy faces and the tissue box cover was a gift from a student nine years ago. Random papers lounge waiting to be thrown away.  Jeff Anderson’s wonderful book, Mechanically Inclined reminds me that teaching grammar need not be … Continue reading

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