Monthly Archives: October 2010

Pam Franklin October 2010

Things are messier, and two of my Sirens have fallen flat on their faces.  I am feeling overwhelmed at the moment, and the Sirens’ posture reflects my current mood!

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Jerrid Kruse October 2010

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Amanda Dykes October 2010

I have “nested” since last picture when my desk was only a week old! Pictures of kids, name plate, Mickey from trip to Disney last week!  The pumpkin was from a student!

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David Timony Ph.D. October 2010

Utilitarian space. Beckett would be proud. The place manages to be sparse and cluttered at the same time. There is little in this space that changes beyond the old man in the chair. The ever-present items: coffee cup, hootsuite, googletalk, … Continue reading

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Adrienne Michetti October 2010

This month’s desk photo was taken on a LATE Saturday night, again at the library. However, you can see that my position has changed. This time, I’m at a table facing north (see the Empire State Building lit up in … Continue reading

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Shawn Ram October 2010

As we get to the middle of October as a School we are working on building student portfolios. In this picture we have have two of the projects that the students have done so far this year. The first was … Continue reading

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Edna Sackson October 2010

Drinking: Coffee… not enough sleep. Reading: ‘Children’s Inquiry’ by Judith Wells Lindfors. She writes about how children use the language of inquiry for learning in their lives. Not reading: Newspapers (I take them home for my little old dog to … Continue reading

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