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PAUSE AND REFLECT.

It’s 11:45pm, I’m exhausted, but I promised myself I’d finish the voice recording for my blog tonight, so I’d leave myself enough time to do the rest. 462 more words

Digital EdShelf

I have been playing around with EdShelf. It is a great resource to house all of your favorite digital tools, as well as find new digital tools to try in your classrooms and at home with your own children! 17 more words

NPC Portraits

I’ve gotten back into 3D rendering recently, and have started offering free NPC portraits on my Facebook Page. I’m sharing a few examples below- so if you like what you see, check out my support page: … 55 more words

50th anniversary of Dian Fossey's Karisoke Research Center: Online and Offsite Exhibit at UF

My colleagues Dan Reboussin and Richard Freeman are currently curating an exhibit to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Dian Fossey’s Karisoke Research Center, where Fossey studied wild mountain gorillas in the Virunga Mountains of Rwanda until her death in 1985. 112 more words

Academia

Open Access: The Archaeology of the Fezzan

The Archaeology of the Fezzan series is now available open access from the Society for Libyan Studies. Descriptions and download links are below.

The Archaeology of Fazzan, Volume 1: Synthesis… 326 more words

Resources

Monday Spotlight: Pape Mortuary Database

Are you interested in local genealogy? Visit DPL’s Catalogs, Databases, & E-Collections page and click on Databases, then View by Category to see out genealogy links, including… 39 more words

Monday Spotlight

Word Study

Last year, our school made the move away from the weekly spelling test to a more focused approach on Word Study. As with any change this caused some apprehension, but apprehension I feel worth moving through. 535 more words

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