Great book selections from Beaverton School District Book Expert/Connoisseur, Jen Blair.
Summer slide is a concern for all parents. It's that time when schedules are off and students can fall in to bad habits. I am living proof of that. I stayed up until 3AM watching tape delayed summer league basketball while snacking on Flamin' Hot Cheetos. The one thing I have been doing this summer is reading....and before you ask, yes, reading books. I read the "interwebs" all the time, but I have fi
Quick response (QR) codes are easy to create and have many uses in the classroom. With the posting of a QR code, you can lead students to information by just using their computer's or mobile device's...
By now we all know the kind of stuff that can be recycled like glass, cans, cardboard and cartons. But what about all of the other stuff that we throw out? Isn't there something that can be done with all that stuff? Well there is. Here's Carl to show you.
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