Monthly Archives: June 2008

NECC 2008 Conference

The National Educational Computing Conference is being held in San Antonio, June 29 to July 2. I have been reading about this conference from several sources. One of the NECC attenders that I want to share on … Continue reading

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As I was reading my morning Twitter tweets, I clicked on a link posted by Lisa Thumann She referenced the following where teachers and students can find many resources. This all came from a tweet thanking Clif Mims. reading

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There are many books that we will be reading for the next school year. Just to name a few: Tuck EverlastingThe GiverThe Sign of the BeaverBridge to TerabithiaSnow TreasureThe Lion, the Witch, and the WardrobeNumber the StarsTwenty and Ten The … Continue reading

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The Daily 5 and summer reading!

I have many books on my things to do list for this summer. I truly enjoy reading and I look forward to reading outside on a sunny day or inside on any day. :0) Just having time to read is … Continue reading

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While in Israel, we walked many miles a day so when I came upon this milestone I had to take a picture. This was made by the Romans many, many, years ago. Milestone as defined by wikipedia: “A milestone … Continue reading

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Israel Pictures

While in Israel, our bus group was called Asher one of the ten tribes of Israel. There were approximately 45 people on our bus everyday. We were able to take over 2,000 pictures and will share them at the following … Continue reading

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Last Days of School!

Hi Class! I really enjoyed my time in Israel but I also missed seeing you and saying goodbye. I have it from good sources that you had a great time with your sub. I am glad that awesome reports were … Continue reading

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