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Back in 2012 when people were actually scared of the end of the world, I bought a Nook Tablet which I still owned and still works for my amazement.
I downloaded the WordPress app in the Nook store and I started blogging from than moment to this moment, I haven’t really stopped. Of course, I have taken my vacations and moments of leisure and peace but I have always been here doing something blog-productive.
Now in my 3rd Anniversary. I’m so impress to myself because I am not the kind of person who keeps a commitment for that long, well, only my marriage (7 years and still going strong. Love you, husband!)
So here we are:
- 323 posts
- 485 comments
- 86 WordPress user followers
- 88 email followers
- 72,280 views in 3 years
And like Christina Aguilera said “It keeps gettin better”
I read this… Now, I feel kind of bad.
Most teachers I know (this includes me) often break the law. No we aren’t knocking over banks, stealing cars or performing identity theft. No, we are strictly small time crooks. What we do, is steal images that have been copyrighted. Yep, we are a truly nefarious bunch but it is nonetheless the law we are breaking and we are supposed to be a good model for our students.
The problem is most teachers have no idea what they’re doing is wrong. They search for images on Google, find one, copy and paste it into their document and have no idea if they are allowed to use it or not. Just because it’s there doesn’t mean it’s there for you.
So how do you know? You want that cute kitten in your newsletter, homework assignment, rubric or class blog but now you’re worried the FBI will swoop down and lock you…
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So the Milestone of the 300, when brave Spartans travelled with one mission… WAIT! Wrong movie!
I’m happy to announce, 300 and 1 with this post. I’m so amazed. I can’t remember a lot of things that I have posted over this 2 years and 8 months and counting.
- 201. 200 + 1 posts… the complete list
- 202. Sharing Saturdays 10/13
- 203. Halloween Craft for Little Ones, also Bigger Ones
- 204. Day of the Dead for Little Ones (Not my ideas)
- 205. The Rally 2.0
- 206. Clases al revés en EU: los estudiantes estudian en casa y hacen sus tareas en la escuela con la ayuda de sus maestros (REBLOG)
- 207. Going Musical
- 208. Sokikom = Classroom managment + Math
- 209. Disneyland
- 210. Making Crafts – Simple Kids Crafts
- 211. Pressbooks
- 212. Turkey Craft for Project
- 213. ClassCharts – Another cool tool for classroom managment
- 214. Movie Trailers Making (REBLOG)
- 215. Bulleting Board
- 216. Stand-Alone Star Craft Christmas Edition
- 217. Easy Christmas Craft
- 218. Teachers Pay Teachers
- 219. Winter Break 2013
- 220. Happy New Year 2014
- 221. BM 01/2014: New Teaching Era
- 222. math + spelling = scrabble dictation
- 223. Play and Play – My Textbook Review
- 224. Cellphone + Tablet + e-ink = OMG!
- 225. Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
- 226. Planning in Secondary, a big reflection and roundup
- 227. Pumpkin & Turkey Rally 2013
- 228. Chinese New Year
- 229. BM 02/2014: Matt Gomez
- 230. Morning Letters
- 231. 2 years… WOW!
- 232. Valentine’s Day 2014
- 233. Workshop and Official Format for PNIEB cycle 4, 2014
- 234. Before the graduation, the 4th bimester
- 235. PNIEB and Conaliteg, 2014 edition
- 236. Spelling Bee 2014, Back to Little Ones
- 237. Heat Detector
- 238. BM 03/2014: Small Potatoes
- 239. Fanfiction – Definition and Ideas
- 240. Ode to the Tape
- 241. Play Money, Responsibility and Shopping
- 242. St. Patrick’s Day 2014
- 243. Flowers, Bees and Sweetnees: Springtime
- 244. Nook Simple Touch
- 245. Jeopardy, it’s On
- 246. My Teen Pregnancy Bulletin Board
- 247. BM 04/2014: Itbabble.com – Technology in the Classroom
- 248. Mister Bunny Ears, Easter is here
- 249. 10 Things Never Leave My bags
- 250. Easter Break 2014
- 251. Sistema Nacional de Registro Profesional Docente 2014
- 252. BM 05/2014: Things Goofy
- 253. ClassMarker.com
- 254. Black, White or Green Board Basic Usage
- 255. Why I hate/love Observations?
- 256. Happy Teacher’s Day 2014
- 257. Obsession
- 258. ¿Qué nos van a evaluar ? (Parte 1 de 5) (REBLOG)
- 259. What I hope to teach in the end?
- 260. Elaboración de exámenes de preguntas abiertas (REBLOG)
- 261. BM 6/2015: Humberto Cueva
- 262. Superheroes… not just for Halloween
- 263. I am over 30 now. 31 in fact
- 264. Teenage Girls Are Damned If They Sext, Damned If They Don’t (REBLOG)
- 265. Ending the Year on a Good Note
- 266. Going on Vacations 2014
- 267. When Lightning Strikes (REBLOG)
- 268. To share: 1st Grade Textbook (Unit 1)
- 269. School Year 2014-2015… Welcome
- 270. PNIEB… no more?
- 271. Diagnostic Test 1st grade (sec)
- 272. Before Starting, the Odyssey for Secondary Textbooks
- 273. Sharing: 1st grade textbook (unit 2)
- 274. Twitter in Paper
- 275. Sonora: It’s Hell in July… Official School Calendar 14-15
- 276. Starting my 10th School Year – A milestone
- 277. 6 de Abril
- 278. More sharing: 1st grade textbook (Unit 3)
- 279. Birthday Lollipops
- 280. Homemade Textbook 2nd grade (Unit 1 & 2)
- 281. Viva Mexico! 2014
- 282. Managing devices in your classroom (REBLOG)
- 283. Even more to share: 1st grade textbook (Unit 4-5)
- 284. Practice Conversations for Project 1
- 285. A Fellow Blogger: PNIEB Sonora Sur
- 286. Vicente Lombardo
- 287. Sharing a homemade textbook 2nd grade (Unit 3 & 4)
- 288. Little Exercise of Storybooks
- 289. Didactic Sequence Secondary
- 290. Sharing a Second Grade Textbook (Unit 5 and complete)
- 291. Writing Prompts
- 292. Yes, We Can! Secondary Review
- 293. Story Cubes
- 294. Back to School Workshop 2014
- 295. Test for 1st Bimester
- 296. Halloween and Day of the Death Lanterns
- 297. Calaveras escolares y Cementerio de armatostes pedagógicos (REBLOG)
Dicen que ronda muy cerca
la huesuda por el salón,
anda de escuela en escuela,
buscando algún profesor.
La parca quiere llevarse
a un maestro de Español,
porque quiere que en el panteón
le enseñe todas las letras.
Desea aprender a escribir ,
¡Sacarse diez en las notas!
Su proyecto no abandona:
¡Que los profesores corran!
La huesuda se los lleva,
si los maestros se descuidan,
¡En las tumbas habrá maestras,
y maestros de Español!
El dos de noviembre llega,
fiesta muy tradicional,
cuando la parca espanta,
y a todos nos quiere cargar.
Hará escala en mi escuela,
con una idea en su mente,
de llevarse para el panteón,
a todo el personal docente.
Por grado y de hora en hora
sostenida bien de sus pies,
llevará al cementerio,
al maestro de la hora.
Adiós maestros queridos,
sí los van a extrañar,
pero unánimes piden ,
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Over the weekend, actually Saturday morning, I recieved a comment about this blog. I inmediately checked it out and I am glad to receive the comment.
This a great source of scan textbooks and audios from different publisher companies we had received along the years.
Also planning and other news for the Sonora South Region. Even booklets like mine (Really good by the way!)
Kuddos to the blogger to make this amazing blog to help our fellow teachers.
Check it out in http://pniebsonorasur.blogspot.mx/
Note: it’s only for Elementary.
Going into a school with a BYOD or one to one device program can give teachers a moment of pause and even create a little trepidation or anxiety. There are usually a lot of questions about where to start and how to use these devices which are now so powerful.
One thing to remember is that these devices are tools. A friend of mine told a group of teachers that it should enhance your classroom-not dominate it. So starting with how to manage these devices is a logical place to start. Something to take note of is that I’m not going to be revealing any sacred teaching secrets here. A lot of what I’m going to write about is just good old classroom management techniques. This doesn’t make them any less effect but having dealt with technology in my classroom for the past seven years I know these work and…
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