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... with students about their math work and eliciting student thinking. This left us wondering... - How often have we built relationships with students around content rather than only personal interests? -How can we build relationships with all students around the math? -How can we convey this practice of relationship building with other teachers? We will continue to think some more about our week and set some next steps. For now, off to the ...
... and wanted $200 for it, but luckily there was a Red Roof Inn close by that had rooms and the price was right. Again, Hinesh used his British charm to get us an even better price. We rest after the drive and chill until dinner time.
We choose to go to Jerusalem Garden for some falafels and chicken shawarma. We get to see some of downtown Ann Arbor. It’s a really cool college town. Cute cafes and restaurants, lots of University of ...
... went to get showered and I went to get some dinner. Upon my return he had gone and a new roommate had arrived,and she was from Northern island.Again the name evades me but we ended up chatting for a couple of hours before going to the bar for a few drinks.She was off early so went to bed around 11pm whereas I stayed with some people we met downstairs,some being passers by from Toronto and others staying at the hostel. We all stayed out till about 2am enjoying ...
... said that this car was not quite finished but was brand new and will go back to the Penske shop and when finished will be used at Daytona 2014.
Note: this morning the temp was 62F and the relative humidity was 83% -- welcome to the East in summer --tonight it is drizzling with thunder storms --- we can't wait to get back to O'Canada!!!!
... old building dating from the 1920's on Woodward Avenue in the Wayne State University neighborhood of Detroit. The 600,000 square foot institute displays massive murals painted on site by Diego Rivera, the Mexican communist painter, an impressive collection of Impressionist paintings (my fave), modern art that is difficult to understand, classic Renaissance art and on and on. We had a light lunch in the Kresge Courtyard and called an end to our ...