WRITE your slice. SHARE your link. GIVE some comments to (at least three) other slicers.If you’re leaving your comment early in the day, please consider returning this evening or tomorrow to read some of our evening posters’ slices.
So sorry about the last one. Let’s try this link for final reflections about #AllWrite13, an amazing conference:
Final reflections on #AllWrite13. What an amazing conference!
I wish I could have been at All-Write! Loved reading about it!
Here’s a slice of my day…
My state is getting all wishy-washy on CC, and I am frustrated because I know students and teachers will suffer. Here is my CC implementation vent:
Today’s post was inspired by Kate Messner’s quick-write prompt at Teachers Write. It only took me about 4 hours!
WOW. My first blog post since mid-April. May this be the first of many. :)
My own personal Colorado “All-Write!”
My heart is still smiling after meeting with fellow slicers. :)
Sometimes you just have to laugh.
End of year
My first slice ever! Mom Time: http://wp.me/p3FZoW-j
just a random memory
Today’s slice: On My Mind http://mindimusings.blogspot.com/2013/06/on-my-mind.html
another All-Write reflection to add to the collection already started here…
Still waiting for summer vacation to start
It’s good to be back writing for SOLC after a month. Today’s post I was about my long over due visit with a friend. http://exploring-my-passions.blogspot.com/2013/06/visiting-friend.html
My slice is a before, during and after look at a concert experience.
We played with short writing forms in my local writing project today, and they turned up in my slice! http://ihabloespanglish.blogspot.com/2013/06/wandering-writers-brought-together.html
Thinking about someone I miss deeply.
As I enjoy slice after slice and work with my summer kiddos on the same… I still feel a need to be untied from it all a bit… the techonology that is…not the writing. :-)
The Value of Education
Trying to be productive this summer while also trying not to get too “busy.” Tough balance, right?
An amazing experience I had this week – one I will never forget!
leaves are not supposed to turn color in June
Lunching with a friend
A disturbing new trend I’ve noticed in medical offices. No toys. No books. Just TVs. Why is that?
(Also, this post celebrates a new word of my daughter’s thanks to the heat wave we’re having out East.)
Today I answered a question I’ve been asked a lot lately. What do teachers do during their summers off?
Not alright with NOT being at the All Write!
I like this about my writer’s life when I can take an unconsequential little moment and capture it.
I feel very blessed to have had an amazing adventure at the All Write conference. Join me as I share this journey.
I haven’t blogged about book in a while, so today’s post is an update on some books I’ve enjoyed this summer.
School ended two weeks ago, so why am I thinking about classroom organization!!!
Congrats to Chicago Blackhawks!
Confessions of a plot junkie!
Notebooks: Bound or Digital
Do you keep a writer’s notebook? How do you capture your ideas? I’m struggling between a bound notebook and digital recording. I’d love to hear your thoughts.
a slice of friends http://iheartpurplestuff.blogspot.com/2013/06/what-you-look-like-to-me.html
The mouse at the end of the tale
of manias and missions
Just remembered that it was Tuesday. So glad to join and learn more about other bloggers out there! http://1stinmaine.blogspot.com/2013/06/slice-of-life-and-teachers-write.html
Really two posts today. A traditional slice http://deb-day.blogspot.com/2013/06/confession-of-connected-teacher.html
And a slice about my plans after attending the Flipped Learning Conference http://deb-day.blogspot.com/2013/06/5-5-5-5.html
My cat doesn’t feel well. He has an appointment at 5:00 o’clock today with his doctor. His ear is infected.
Please pray for my kitty.
On a conversation with slicers: Christy, Linda, Elsie, and Ramona: http://ruthayreswrites.blogspot.com/2013/06/these-women.html
on being uncomfortable
The All Write Conference was fantastic, but meeting fellow bloggers was the best part!
Joining in on Tuesday Slice of Life! Fun to do a super personal blog post: The One Where I Get Real About Teachers Write!
Swimming with words and thinking about writing: http://portable-teacher.blogspot.com/2013/06/words-swim.html
Let’s just say ‘All Write’ was definitely all right! Here are some random thoughts. xo
Teachers Write- Sometimes…
Our kiddo is coming home!
A family trip with a “day off” —
Slicer Feast http://wp.me/p2dQA-1h4
Day 4 of cruising with a preschooler! We hit a private island! Ooh la la!
It was a lovely few days at All-Write. Dr. Seuss said ‘Don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened.” I’m smiling! http://teacherdance.blogspot.com/2013/06/finding-right-word-for-all-write.html
Summer is here!
Writing through the heat and humidity. Happy summer!
The conference was great, but the slicing friends were the best.
Looking at life through fresh eyes – some more reflections from All Write. http://readwriteandreflect.blogspot.com/2013/06/slice-of-life-fresh-eyes.html
Spent a week with my parents in Mississippi, enjoying art, reading, writing, and being with family. http://reflectionsontheteche.wordpress.com/2013/06/25/summer-on-new-castle-lake/
Heading out for a day of professional development; thought I’d share my end of year poem http://myiearlychildhoodreflections.blogspot.com/2013/06/tuesday-sol-we-are-from-poem-to.html
Here’s a glimpse into our first week with “Our Girls”
Do you have any summer book recommendations for me?
June has been one busy month!
Thanks, Carl Anderson for the moments to write yesterday at the TC Writing Institute. Thinking of some old school pictures on my bedside table that I looked at yesterday.
Made a movie trailer of things we noticed around the backyard-
Grab some popcorn and pull up a chair-our views of nature…
Merhaba from Turkey! I am finally reunited with my daughter. http://www.raisingreadersandwriters.com/2013/06/merhaba-from-turkey-slice-of-life.html
Don’t know if this link will work – couldn’t get my Blogger app to work here so wrote my slice on my Tumblr. A slice from Ireland
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