We went earlier in the year, but later in the day to the corn maze this year. In fact, we finished it in the dark! Angie wanted to leave the maze and get a flashlight, but I convinced her to press on and we found the last two checkpoints in quick succession.
Here, Angie is faced with the first of many decisions we would have to make that day.
TODDCAST RADIO, WWW – After several consecutive weblog entries about movies he’s seen recently, Toddcast Radio has gone dark. Will it return to the Web once again to propagate ripples of zeros and ones through the information superhighway? Or has its signal silenced permanently? *crackle, buzz, static* Hello, faithful listeners! I thought I’d let you know what I’ve been up to. If I just said “work,” no one would be impressed, so let me share with you some details on the exciting new initiatives I’ve been fortunate enough to be part of at our school.
…let me share with you some details on the exciting new initiatives I’ve been fortunate enough to be part of at our school.
First of all, I’m in charge of our school’s AIMSweb management. AIMSweb is an online software tool that assists in student benchmarking and progress monitoring. I’ve been putting in “overtime” learning the program, managing login accounts for our school, and putting together tools and resources for our assessment team to utilize during this year’s three benchmarking periods. As the year goes on, I’ll be working hard behind the scenes taking and managing our school’s data and generating all manner of reports from the program, in preparation for its use in our building’s “response to intervention” (RtI) implementation over the next few years.
Speaking of schoolwide initiatives, Continue reading My projects