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... I explained how a waterfall works to my dad! At the bottom there were so many rainbows, 5 to be exact. I walked back astonished!! :-)
Back home the view is amazing. I’ve found it great. I am not really into stuff like that (views) but I’ve really been intrigued towards it. I am a bit annoyed that Poppy got the better view out of her bedroom window, although I have the double bed. Mum and dad have the best view.
... stream of meanings onto space and place. Imagine all the different narratives, around this one place [ ], when you consider all the people who are here or who have been here…
What is a place when there are so many diverse narratives?
(jumbled up in an imaginary space in my mind) projected onto the canvas of being here... [ ].
One person’s narrative ...
... attention, engagement, exploration, persististence). How do we focus children on developing their expansive dispositions so these become their 'default' position for learning? Do we support children to discover that on the other side of hard work, frustration, reflection, and critique, lies a deep satisfaction of pride and achievement? (the joy of the struggle.) Happy, busy children may not be growing in their ability to deal with complexity and to be a learner ... ...
... France........St Vaast, the Normandy Beaches, The Cider Trail of Cambremer, Calvados, Falaise and the delicious cheese area of Livarot, Loire Valley, Montpazier, Roc Gageac, Mazamet, Carcassone, Aix en Provence, Cap D'Agde and back through the massive huge mountains of the Massif Central, St Fleur, over amazing Millau Bridge, Paris and finally Calais. Along the way we had a side trip......the Top of The ...
... I'd left it on cycling mode, which beeps every km, rather than running, which tells me every 1.61km-and even though he got away further, another 3:34km for the third, though admittedly by now it was beeping a good 50m before the km markers. Onto the boardwalk in the third km, where the path narrows just a smidge, and the surface becomes wire mesh on top of the wooden boards, and you're taken left and right by small twists - I remember one that felt a little ...