Days Inn - Ann Arbor
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As we close out our time in Ann Arbor we are continuing to reflect on our teaching practices. This week has inspired us ALL to want to go back into the classroom. Sorry Stacey. We've enjoyed meeting people from all over the world: India, Poland, New York (Lucy Caulkins' nephew), Wisconsin, Washington, D.C. (Sasha Obama's teacher), Missouri, Georgia, oh yeah, and even Cookeville,Tennessee. Today's learning was centered around building relationships ...
... addressed our question. It is our understanding that she selects students based on which students she wants to hear from because she is working on building a classroom culture where all kids are equal, specific students who are building an argument, or because she wants them to participate. This was different than our thinking about selecting specific students instead ...
... there was a grandma sitting at the counter. I didn’t get it.
We pass an ice cream store and I get a scoop of butter pecan ice cream and I ask for a LITTLE chocolate sauce. The lady drowns my scoop in a chocolate river and Hinesh tips out the excess sauce. But too late, she’s killed the flavor for me. I sook at the wasted ice cream.
We decide to cook dinner for Beejal and Arun since the guys have been working all day. We stop ...
... up their tailgating spread. The best part is that it also enables a lot of room for games. There were kids playing football on most of the fairways and adults playing lasso golf, corn hole, and even a few drinking games. Very nice. Rating - 10 of 10.
The Game - The game started off with a dedication to Tom Harmon, the first Heisman Trophy winner from Michigan and a speech by his son Mark Harmon (yes, ...
Life has been kind of busy lately - there is just so much going on as the end of the semester and my first year at Michigan approaches! I've gotten to take some really fun classes (including a class on the history of racial perception in Brazil) as well as some not so fun classes (microeconomics). I've also been able to get involved in some great organizations. I'm days ...