Monthly Archive: May 2016

May 24

A Goodbye Sendoff

Last week, the multimedia students (which include several of my former students), my colleagues, and students completely surprised me with this beautiful video sendoff. I asked one of my former students who does a lot with our video program if he could help me with a video. So, they also conspired to make this, the …

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May 17

Making Leaders #MakerEd

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I love the Maker Movement. It affords kids opportunities to create and do amazing things. We provide them the tools and the space and allow them to be creative, to put their own spin on learning. Last year, we hosted our first Maker Fest. We held it at our school and called it the CDAT …

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May 11

Big changes ahead

I’m not sure how it’s been almost a year since my last post. That’s just embarrassing. It’s been a transitional year, and I suppose that partly explains it. So what’s been happening? My husband is from England. He’s been in the US since 1999, and he’s been incredibly home sick for a few years now. …

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