July 2017

Digital Citizenship

This week’s #EdublogsClub Prompt #28 is about Digital Citizenship. We read this article on Nine Elements of Digital Citizenship based on the book Digital Citizenship in Schools by Mike Ribble and Gerald Bailey, published on the webpage DigitalCitizenship.net The nine elements of Digital Citizenship: digital access digital commerce digital communication digital literacy digital etiquette digital law digital… Read more Digital Citizenship

Slice of Life – Interviewing My “Expert”

Yesterday I was considering doing some research about how to make a Mars Curiosity model for my Teachers Write Monday assignment. The assignment, by Sarah Albee, was to do nonfiction research, particularly to talk to an expert. However, I am spending my writing time this summer working on a children’s fiction story. Plus, since I’m… Read more Slice of Life – Interviewing My “Expert”

My Husband

My husband talks a lot and makes me laugh. Here are some snippets from our Friday afternoon. While I started the car in the stifling ground level garage, Keith carried the hefty, plastic shopping bag overflowing with garbage toward the dumpster. When he came back to the car, he noticed I had opened my sunglasses… Read more My Husband

Teachers Write is Here

Yay, I’ve been looking forward to this! Want to spend the summer writing with your favorite authors? Look who’s joining us for Teachers Write this summer! https://t.co/akXqzQrU05 — Kate Messner (@KateMessner) July 2, 2017 #TeachersWrite with Kate Messner, Jo Knowles, Gae Polisner, Jen Vincent, and other professional authors is coming right up. It officially starts… Read more Teachers Write is Here