The coolest thing happened this week. One of my colleagues read my latest blog-post! Not only did she read it but she embraced it AND did something about it.
Helen King from Point England school seized the moment and came up with this STUNNING interpretation! Check it out!
The students in my class thought that it:
Again collaboration and sharing has lifted the quality and creativity of my children's learning. My children were so impressed with what they saw that they have put together very similar interpretations using a generic bitmap editor (in this case MS Paint) and the picture in picture function on imovie. We are also experimenting with the puppetpals ipad app (Thanks for the tip Allanah K ).
The example below was conceived and put together by one persistent and creative 10 year old girl. She blew me away...
Sometimes good thinks happen and sometimes bad thinks happen. Sometimes it's hard to distinguish between the two.Some thinks need immediate action and some thinks may remain as thinks forever. Thinks can be angry and heated. Thinks can be joyful. Thinks should never be cold.These thinks are linked to many other wonderful thinks and I like to attribute these.These thinks do not necessary reflect those thinks of my employer.Think long, think on.