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Roberto Greco April 2011

I’m taking Stephen up on his challenge to share my OS desktop for this month’s desk. As I sit here in the public library, I realize that the current state of my desktop says so much about how I work, what … Continue reading

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Roberto Greco March 2011

Aside from my bed, the one place that I find myself most regularly and extensively these days is at the side of the pool where my kids swim for two hours each evening. I work there, just like I work … Continue reading

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Roberto Greco January 2011

I had the chance to take the “my desk is wherever I am” concept on the road again this month. Here you see some of the students who accompanied colleagues and me to EdCampOC over the weekend. They’re sitting next to me … 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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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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Roberto Greco October 2010

We spent a week in San Francisco* following our seventh and eighth graders around as they explored the city. It was a student-led trip that put them in charge of just about everything, from planning itineraries, to navigating streets and … 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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