Good morning! I’m typing this at 4 in the a-m after the world’s busiest week: baseball games, dance recitals, topped off with a wedding anniversary.
Not that I’m complaining! All good things, all good things.
I’m ready for summer vacation to start, with this hopefully do-nothing week.
This week’s readings:
John Spencer wrote about “The Surprising Power of Being Goofy.” Being goofy does take brain power and allow freedom. Spencer talks about the power for classroom use.
2. Book study.
Kovescence of the Mind is hosting a book study for Reciprocal Teaching at Work: K-12. Her first post covers four strategies when it comes to reading.
Jade Rivera provides a wealth of resources on her blog for cyberbullying. Some of those resources will work across grades.
4. Facebook groups.
Last week, Secondary Sara’s The Little Mermaid activity bundle had the most clicks!
Here is this week’s linky party. Link, share, pin, enjoy!