1. The library2. Librarians3. Recess4. Gym5. Language Arts6. Art7. Science8. Awesome teachers who are excited about teaching9. The smell of new school supplies10.Social studies(I never was a big fan of math, unlike you!)And I'm from Edmonton. Specifically, I'm in the living room. ;)
Hi Stacy, Welcome to blogging. I love your theme and how you used a numbered list for the things that you like, it makes your post really easy to read.I am not teaching or learning in school this year so I am going to share 10 things that I love about learning:1. Everyone has something to learn, everyone has something to teach2. I love learning things I didn't know 3. I love learning with others: collaborating or co-creating4. Learning happens all the time, even when I am not "studying"5. I love the feeling of making connections between things I already knew and new ideas6. I learn from my students all the time7. You can learn from someone, even if they don't know they are teaching you8. I love the learning that happens when people are interested in what they are learning/doing9. I love learning with others, Dave Cormier calls it Rhizomatic Learning (http://bit.ly/JSL6Y8)10. I try and learn something new every day.Enjoy classes on Monday. Keep blogging!Rhonda JessenHttp://rhondajessen.com
Hey Stacy, Here are 10 things I liked about school when I went1: recess2: language arts3: history4: Gym5: recess6: shop class 7: friends8: social studies 9: library10: home ecKeep blogging Stacy!!! I'm from Edmonton :-)
Hi Stacy! I'm Jen from Whitecourt and I blog too!My favourite 10 things about school (which might be different because I'm a teacher)1. The Kids2. The Other Teachers3. Field Trips4. Learning Outside5. Books6. Anything on Computers7. Blogging8. Math hands on problem solving\9. Recess10. Science Experiments(sorry if this cam through twice, I was having troubles on my iPad so I switched to my chromebook!)
Hi Stacey! I love how you started your blog.I spent 29 years in schools after my own 13 years as a student. This year I am not in a single school but I visit many schools. Here are 10 things I miss about school:1) Talking to students. I really miss walking through the halls and learning from the students in my building.2) School special event meals. My last school held big event meals, like Christmas Dinner for everyone in our school community. It was awesome.3) Talking to the bus drivers. At the end of the school day I would walk outside and catch up with the news from the bus drivers while the students got their stuff at their lockers.4) Talking to teachers. I LOVED when teachers would come into my office and bounce new ideas around for events and collaborations.5) Impromptu lessons - When I would walk into a classroom, sometimes the teacher would ask me to teach something and I loved that.6) PD Days - Students are happy to have a day off but the rich learning with teachers was inspiring.7) Sports Days - Cheering on our athletes8) Community use of schools - our schools are the centre of the community and I loved to see the events in the evenings that happened in our gym and our classrooms9) Standing at the door every morning to welcome the sleepy faces to school.10) Standing at the door every afternoon to say goodbye to the students and wish them a safe journey home......and so many other things. School is awesome. I miss it. Enjoy every minute!
Hi Stacy,My kids miss school too and they are very ready to go back! They are in junior high and high school so I'm going to make my list about things they told me that love about school.1. School sports2. Lunch hour3. Science experiments 4. Building things (like a skateboard)5. hanging with their friends in the hallway6. Teachers that make jokes7. Friends in their classes8. Projects9. anything on computers10. Creating things (painting in Art)Happy blogging!Charmaine From St Albert
Hi Stacy, welcome to blogging! Here are the 10 things I loved about school:1. Recess and sharing lunches/snacks with my friends2. Working with computers and technology3. Gym class (esp. when it was dodge ball or floor hockey)4. Art class5. Social studies/history class (I love history!)6. Field Trips (not sure if schools still do this?)7. Science class (experimenting is fun!) 8. 'Hot Dog Day'. In my old school every Friday we had hot dogs for .50 cents available for students.9. Professional Development. As a student I got the day off (yay), and as a teacher I got to learn something new and exciting to help me with my job. 10. Spending time with my friends and learning awesome new things!Cheers! :)Derek