I am reading Lost at School by Ross Greene which is proving to be very insightful and eye opening. I am only on Chapter 3 but I have a gut feeling this is going to be a great book. To read a reflection on this book click HERE. This reflection highlights the major points of the book which will give you a good snapshot of the book. I find the book gives lots of practical suggestions and examples that let's the reader connect and relate to 'difficult' situations. As a Special Ed teacher, I enjoy books that embark on challenging the 'norms'… This book definitely does that!
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This is an amazing story about the passion and perservance of inclusion. Even though there are physical obstacles the spirit is stronger!
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Here is our final Raspberry Pi ins-PI-re Project reflection which I blogged about in the Fall.
Thank you to SET-BC for giving us a Classroom Technology Grant for this school year!
It has been ins-PI-ring!
Please note: I was able to teach four workshops this school year about our project on the Raspberry Pi to educational professionals and a community group.
Please note: We are still hoping to have Dr. Sam Pimentel teach us one more lesson on coding up 'Pi' on the Raspberry Pi!
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