Monthly Archives: December 2010

Yoon Soo Lim December 2010

I love December! Students made thank-you cards for teaching them. There is a page of a Cinquain poem Nicole wrote for me: “Music” Delightful, emotional Whirling, flowing, dancing A form of art Worldwide language All the reasons to be thankful … Continue reading

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William Chamberlain December 2010

Tis the season for coughs and colds represented by the tissue box and the cup of hot tea. I will be much happier to get back to dry noses…

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George Couros December 2010

Every year at Christmas time, educators around the world receive gifts from students and parents.  As an administrator, I still receive these gifts but I noticed something different this year; most of the gifts were not for me.  They were … Continue reading

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Amanda C Dykes December 2010

I stopped & took this on way out the door to begin the holiday break. All the papers stacked up were going to go home with me but a coworker had just reminded me that we had a workday the … Continue reading

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Robert Greco December 2010

Lately, I hardly even open my laptop during the teaching day and mostly use it for heavy emailing and document creation before school and at the end of the day, and for reading, writing, and researching in the evening at … Continue reading

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David D Timony Ph.D. December 2010

December is a special time of year for many people. It is far more special for the teacher. Reading, grading, and scoring assignments is critical as we approach the Winter holiday because we will return to school with a few … Continue reading

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Stephen Davis December 2010

Sitting at the bar with @rogre in San Diego – Two teachers sitting at an awesome desk!

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