As I end my 25 years of classroom teaching I am a little sad, as I have loved looking at the products you all have produced. As you end this school year, please reflect on what you have learned and the gardens you will grow. I wonder … will you be a Landscape Architect? You can write about your brain reflections for your future through technology and look back on your past when you graduate from college.
I am excited that connections can continue through blogging. I will be back next year as a volunteer to help my bloggers, my book writers, my binary learners and all who have questions. I would like to help students who want to create graphics, such as this 7 year old whose art was selected as the best. Remember your Google Art reflection project? Reflections are THINKING about your ideas. “Oh the THINKS you can THINK!”
So what do you want to be? Do you want to be an engineer that builds “Curiosity” and finds water and life on Mars.
I want to help increase your brain time. You can download the binary clock to your computer today. Remember Internet Safety, get permission from your parent before downloading anything at home. I hope you have enjoyed learning to count and add in the binary world. I hope you will not be ALIENS to this world of math that can connect you to the decimal world you know.
I hope your curiosity will take you on online journeys this summer that build your brain. I hope you find your passion for learning. Thank you my students for all you have taught me about my passion for teaching.