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Goo in the Loo and Stuff You Wish You Gnu

This week I am going to dedicate my posts to sharing resources I learned about at TCEA in Austin last week.  I think packing too much info into a blog post is overwhelming, so if you are craving more, feel free to check out my notes (which are not finished yet!) … 258 more words

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brunchcity

For today’s Phun Phriday post, I encourage you to look at the series of art by Andrea G. Portoles and Bea Crespo called, “brunchcity.”  These enchanting food and drink sculptures caught my eye this week, probably because I  just read… 114 more words

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Tech Stuff I Love

First of all, a big shout out to the awesome ladies I met at TCEA from Lamar Consolidated School District yesterday – @spletkalcisd, @KBoneGT, @imrielee and @StacieQuarles!   387 more words

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Maybe I Should Have Asked If You Would Rather Make Valentines or Eat Chocolate-Covered Ants

Around this time last year, I wrote about using the “Would You Rather?” format for math problems.  This idea was brought to my attention when Richard Byrne posted about John Stevens’ awesome site where he regularly publishes these challenges.   326 more words

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Foster a Love for Reading with ConnectED Bingo

Dr. Brad Gustafson is one of the Engaging Educators that I have had the good fortune to connect with through Twitter and blogging.  This man is a social networking powerhouse who regularly dreams up unique ways to empower students and prepare them as global citizens comfortable with using 21st century tools to create and problem-solve. 156 more words

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B.O.S.S. HQ Update

Last school year, it occurred to me that the empty classroom next door would better serve our campus as a Maker Space.  I applied for a couple of grants to get some supplies, and my GT students helped me learn more about the new products – from… 634 more words

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Dynamite Valentine's Day Diversions

UPDATE 2/11/15 – I just added a couple of other Valentine resources here!  

Don’t groan.  I know it seems far away, but when you only see each grade level once a week (like me) holidays tend to sneak up on you! 278 more words

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