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Oct 22

Diigo Links (weekly)

More amazing blog posts worth reading! How we stopped using Accelerated Reader – Reading By Example This post describes how our school stopped using Accelerated Reader. This was not something planned; it seemed to happen naturally through our change process, like an animal shedding its skin. Video: Anti-Bullying Ad From Burger King | Larry Ferlazzo’s …

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Jul 23

Diigo Links (weekly)

Check out these fabulous resources: On Reading Tasks | I used to ask students to write in their reader’s notebook for a few minutes every day after they finished reading.  Some days they could write about whatever, other days I had a specific prompt.  Just four minutes because four always seems less dau… 9 Ways …

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Jun 05

Diigo Links (weekly)

A new set of incredible resources! Check them out! Canva Collage Templates #digital #edtech #collage #templates Building Knowledge in the Common Core Era Building Knowledge in the Common Core Era https://t.co/3W1nddXDJd by @educatoral on @corelaboratewa #WATeachLead https://t.co/j245Jm1omn tags:WATeachLead Integration 101 for the Arts-Curious Content Teacher You were mentioned in my May blog: https://t.co/j9O4LBIFo5 @susanrileyphoto @timneedles …

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Oct 01

Mt Saint Helens 2012

Last week we took 6th graders to Camp Cispus. I wrote about an unexpected change of plans where one of our 6th graders noticed that the road we normally take to Windy Ridge and Spirit Lake to see Mt Saint Helens was closed. Luckily, the Johnston Ridge Observatory, facing the horse shoe shaped crater and …

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Sep 20

Funny Story, Serious Problem

My last post included the big trip we got coming up next week. We’re taking about 80 6th graders along with 14 high school camp counselors to Camp Cispus, about fours on bus from here. One of the highlights of the trip, from a Science teacher perspective, is getting to take the kids to Mt …

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