Dan Meyer has again come up with a design contest that I tried to ignore. I pleaded with Dan for more time since my big, fast Toshiba loaded with all my software is at the repair shop. It is dead and I need to pay the guy $40.00 to pick it up. I'm stuck with using my husband's little, slow Toshiba. All he uses it for is to monitor the stock market--doesn't need a whole lot of speed. Anyway--I've been thinking about my entry all week and decided (since I was missing Photoshop and Paint Shop Pro) that I'd go back to my old style. I have a love for primary sources and used an old photo in Dan's first contest, "Me In One Slide" I'm trying that again.
I am a wife and mother--children are grown so my "child rearing" days are over. I do have a lawyer-son and a teacher-son and a husband living in my house so I still cook.
I am a teacher, I teach gifted students in a special education pullout program.
Teachers attend a lot of meetings (ZZZZ). Special ed teachers attend a whole lot of meetings.
One of the best parts of my job is writing all the curriculum. There are some skills I've never included in my curriculum writing.
*Knitting image Slide #4, lower left, San Quentin Prison. I think prisons have changed more than classrooms.
Do you think the judges will notice that I have five slides in a four slide contest?
In my classroom students and teachers are technology literate.
All images: Library of Congress Print and Publications Division
6 years ago