It’s time to start talking and imagining and getting excited about the 6th Annual Slice of Life Challenge. Here are a few things to begin considering. If you’ve never participated, now is the… Read More
Debrief questions and forms for a classroom lab site.
May tomorrow be more than just a day off from work and school. May tomorrow be a day when we commemorate the life of a great man who worked peacefully for justice and equality in this country. May the example set by Dr. King inspire us all.
Knowing when to be present helps me think about being more intentional when dividing my time between technology and the people in my life.
Link up your slices today. While you’re here, please decide if you are able to offer gender-neutral, writing-related prize to one of the 6th Annual SOLSC participants who writes and links daily.
Let the refining and improving of your own life keep you so busy that you have little time to criticize others. H. Jackson Brown, Jr.
Teachers tend to take care of everyone else before they take care of themselves! It’s time to start carving out a little ME time for yourself at least one afternoon a week.
Every now and then a book comes along I want to tell everyone about. When I say everyone, I mean blog readers, my family, friends, teachers with whom I consult, and other parents.… Read More
Participating daily in the Slice of Life Story Challenge is a big commitment. Therefore, please do not volunteer for one of the jobs mentioned above if writing and linking for 31 days straight is a big enough commitment for you. If you are interested, please leave the words, “I want to be tech support,” “I want to be a concierge,” or “I want to be the welcome wagon” in your comment, along with the link to the slice you’re sharing, today.
Post a link to your slice of life story and/or share the one little word you’ll live by this year.
Merry Christmas to all of the Slicers who celebrate! I hope you have a joyous and meaningful holiday with those you love. Please link up your slice of life story to this post… Read More