Monthly Archives: November 2010

Yoon Soo Lim November 2010

A Desk Surrounded by Lovely Children and Pictures. Twice in a 6-day rotation, I have recess with K-2 graders. That’s right,  have recess with the kids. I run around chasing them, pushing them on the swings, or walk around talking to … Continue reading

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Jerrid Kruse November 2010

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Stephen Davis November 2010

My wife and daughter decided to bring me lunch on Friday – I am very thankful for them (the lunch was good, too!) This month my computer screen shows the Toon Doos and Xtranormal and Voki projects my students turned … Continue reading

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Amanda C Dykes November 2010

This month I decided to take a picture of my table. My desk still looks exactly the same pumpkins & all. This is the table on the opposite corner of my room. This is where I spend most of my … Continue reading

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Shawn Ram November 2010

Sorry no glam or intensly exciting news for mid November. What we are working on is new and inovative, but more for educators and parents. We have moved to a new and improved reporting system fro report cards. The new … Continue reading

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Roberto Greco November 2010

My “desk” (wherever I happen to be seated amongst students in any class on any day) is often shared with the full group of students gathered for discussion. The result is a Thanksgiving-like, familial* gathering where we feast on a … Continue reading

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Phillip Cummings November 2010

Okay, I confess. I straightened the piles a little, but I did so more because I’m leaving for the day than because I’m taking a picture. Lately, I’m juggling several major projects including updating our school improvement plan, introducing the … Continue reading

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