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What's to love about music?

February’s theme at Leslie’s Music Studio was about Sharing the Love of Music, inspired by Valentine’s Day of course. I asked my piano students an important question this month: 195 more words


Return of the Un-Classsroom

Sadly, the Un-Classroom project that I started this year has hit a snag recently. With a slew of weather related issues, scheduling conflicts, exams, and a variety of other factors, it has been a challenge to make the time to work on this project. 413 more words

Reflections on our GT Twitter Chat

A few weeks ago, a few of the teachers in our district participated in a Twitter Chat.  The topic was to S.C.A.M.P.E.R. Education.  You can read more about the S.C.A.M.P.E.R. 655 more words


Picturing Sound

Sound.  Visualize it in your mind’s eye.  It’s not easy is it?  Well, that’s what my art 1 students were tasked with.  They were asked to take something that is not concrete and turn it into something that is.   133 more words


Responses to RE for Real: A Consultation on Religious Education - 4 February 2015

Rachael Shillitoe, PhD student for Faith on the Air gives an insight into a recent Westminster Faith Debates:

Last week (4 February 2015) I had the opportunity to attend RE for Real: A consultation on what works and what needs to change, as hosted by… 1,152 more words



This week I am going to dedicate my posts to sharing resources I learned about at TCEA in Austin last week.  I think packing too much info into a blog post is overwhelming, so if you are craving more, feel free to check out my notes (which are not finished yet!) … 249 more words



I’m finally finding a few minutes to get back to the list of amazing tools I saw at the Elementary Tech Conferenece back in Decemeber.  One tool that I really like myself is… 128 more words