A cold winter’s night, busy cleaning up my blogs If I don’t get to bed soon, I’ll be teaching in a fog I’m being challenged, thanks to Anne. Many are succeeding–I give them a hand OK, enough! It’s late! No longer must I dote Please stop and visit the new pages I wrote About Resources… Read more A Cold Winter’s Night
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Recently I began reading Richard Miller’s blog “Worlds End, Worlds Begin.” I found the series he wrote about the end of privacy to be both prophetic and hopeful. It began with the first installment called: The End of Privacy: A Case Study (Tyler Clementi and Wikileaks) Some of the characteristics that make it effective: •… Read more The End of My Private Blog
Besides enjoying the warm, cozy house and baking chrysanthemum cupcakes, Mrs. Krebs also interviewed her blogs. She has two teacher blogs and around forty student blogs (with that number growing). Her blogs are a little over one year old, with hundreds of entries, and a little disorganized. She’s hoping the Edublogs challenges will help her… Read more Snow Day Interview with My Blog
The 8th graders read the accounts of former slaves and made Glogster posters to introduce them to you! Click on the pictures to read more about them.