Courtyard 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 ...
Today was a great day to watch the students. They have developed stronger explanations of their thinking since Monday. We saw the students engage in partner work and a class discussion unfolded about student thinking. One of our questions this week has been about the use of cold calling versus selecting and sequencing student ideas for sharing. This morning, in the ...
... Arbor. We enjoy a nice sleep in and hang out with Arun in the morning before he heads to work.
We try to find the same noodle place we went to for lunch yesterday but we get a little lost and settle for an Irish pub called Colin O’Neils. I enjoy the chicken pot pie and Hinesh has a chicken burger. We then get the Nikons out again and take pics around town. The cool old school movie complexes. The murals on the walls. The university campus. ...
... of the guy sitting next to three kids. He had plenty of room.
As far as entertainment experiences go, this is an excellent venue. That being said, I can't be as uncomfortable as I was for over three hours and give the stadium the highest rating. Rating - 8 of 10.
Tailgating - When I asked my Michigan friends where we should go to tailgate, the immediate and unanimous response was the ...
Well, there she is...parked out in front of our apartment building! Driving the RV this second time around was a lot easier, though I did jump my first curb. Oops.
My parents are almost to Ann Arbor...they're visiting to see us off, obviously, and also to celebrate some of the ...