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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 ...
... met the Spanish teachers at conferences, I found out I'd be the only parent chaperone (with 2 teachers), and that there would be 18 of us going in all. I am eager to work with the kids in the DREAM school, and also to see the culture and beauty of the island. But I have tiny nagging worries about the water, Montezuma's revenge, a terribly timed new mosquito-delivered illness called Chikungunya, and managing the local kids with my very modest language skills.I am ...
Overall - What more can you ask for? Great tailgating. An iconic stadium. Beyoncé on the big screen. A fantastic game between the two of college football's royalty. I'd say this was a fantastic experience. Rating - 10 of 10.
Here are a bunch of other pictures from the game. http://michiganphotostore.photoshelter. com/gallery/FBL13-vs-Notre-Dame-Under-t he-Lights-II/G0000MACTIPKWe7k/0/C0000Dn 0IkFNey9I
... businesses....) and I very boldly asked the gal (clearly a person of import and authority in the world of infusuion) if SHE is a "Fustini" and she replied--with composure and gentility I might add---that a "Fustini" is an urn... No compsure or gentility for me....entertained most of the Marketpalce with that one!
You read Billy's construal of our great evening at ...