|What a global concept: being bilingual in North America!|
This link reminds me that 'Uncle Ronnie' (that is California Governor at the time, Ronald Reagan) put me through college with a State Scholarship. I am a supporter of California's recent legislation called the 'Dream Act.' Our kids, all of them, are the future. With our kids, the future's so bright we need to wear shades.
|Bright, bright futures.|
Helpful articles for teaching English as a Second Language.
'Know thyself,' and thy learning preference also. A colleague of mine asks his seventh graders every year to figure this out to assist their study habits. Me, I'm visual. Got to write it down or draw it.
For natural beauty through the science eye:
|Super! Nova! Hubble Spacecraft. Going where no spacecraft has gone before|
Please, please, please, President Obama, can we go to the moon again? Pretty please?
|'A thing of beauty is a joy forever.' Keats|
Natural beauty we appreciate and can maintain for the future. Kids love that assignment. We have green kids!
This website is a clear and thorough presentation of basic reading. Lots to click on for help.
|Teacher giving the gift of literacy.|
The struggle of No Child Left Behind is a decade long arm wrestling match; we hope (and pray) the kids aren't left behind while the adults argue.
This is my favorite Beethoven, the 6th Symphony; taking a walk with Ludwig. The animation really catches the natural theme; especially the avian qualities of chirping, birdsong and flight. And its wonderful for math students learning to graph. The creator of this video has many more lovely classical music videos.
|The Vienna countryside where Beethoven loved to walk two hundred years ago.|