Category Archives: Blogging

1st Grade is blogging

1LF has taken the plunge into publishing some of their writing online using blogs. I set  a class blog up for them on our wordpress server adding all the kids as author to one main blog. This makes it easy … Continue reading

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Friday Tech Roundup #2

Here are my weeks Tech Showcase projects. First, A big shout out to The 5th grade team who are off and running with class blogging. I especially invite you to look at the 5TM and 5SH class blogs, but more … Continue reading

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We’ve Been Busy

Grades 1,3 and 5 have been extremely busy infusing technology into their classes as we lead up to the ’08-’09 holiday break. Grade 1 has been working in Kidspiration on two different assignments. First we developed a “Healthy vs. Unhealthy” … Continue reading

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It’s been a while

So here, I am, I have been putting off this post for a very long time now.  I’m not sure why but the thought of blogging has not appealed to me for quite some time now.  Maybe it is a … Continue reading

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A Call to Question

I finally have found some time to update so here goes it. First some updates. I finally have a class here working diligently to catch up and get their 1001 Flat World Tales stories Posted. I have had a lot … Continue reading

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After much consideration, hesitation, and some anxiety…

Ok, I’ve finally embarked on the start of what I hope will be beginning of an illustrious blog. Alright, I’ll settle for hopefully being somewhat interesting to read. While this platform will serve to illuminate my teaching experiences as an … Continue reading

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