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Street + Art (en Roma, Cuidad de Mexico)

What are the differences between murals, street art, and graffiti? And do those differences matter? While walking Mexico City (and we have definitely walked it–the Fitbit tells us we’ve walked 48 miles in the last five days), we’ve seen all kinds of work, from tagging to fully painted blocks of buildings. 1,653 more words

Arts Integration

8 Cups A Day!

This week’s math is started with the important of drinking water everyday. It started with:

In order to keep our body to do its jobs, we need to drink 2 litres of water everyday.

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Novel Capsules

I love doing projects to culminate my students’ learning, but sometimes I find myself scrambling for new ideas.  Enter Novel Capsules.  For this project – think Time Capsule meets reading.   355 more words

Lesson Ideas - Reading

"Embracing Uncertainty"

My essay “Embracing Uncertainty: Project-Based Learning and Vocation” is up at The Infinity School website. You can read it here:


The Infinity School

Exposition, Exploration, & Exit ISTE17 Part 6/6

“What is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? —it’s the too-huge world vaulting us, and it’s good-bye. 1,819 more words

Designing Integrated Curriculum

I am a bit of a built-in integrated curriculum. Unlike anyone else in the high school building in which I teach, I in two different departments: English and social studies. 181 more words

(Rock the Boat) Don't Rock the Boat Baby & ISTE17 Part 5/6

“Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night?” – Jack Kerouac, On The Road

Middle Keynote

Jennie Magiera kicked off Tuesday with an inspirational message in which she invited educators to tell their own stories as well as empower their students to tell theirs. 1,671 more words