One of the perks about working with Mobile Ed is you see a LOT of America! Sadly most of the time it is just through your windshield because there is no time to stop and “see the sights”.Read More
Education Through Entertainment
Well, I didn’t know this existed, but apparently today is a special day! Today, May 17, is apparently Museum Memory Day when we are supposed to share a great memory of a visit to a museum. Look here:
Google recently awarded $12 million in grants to a group of science museums. (http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/curriculum/2011/04/google_commits_12_million_to_b.html)
I love National Public Radio! Listening to NPR on my way to the office in the morning I often hear about things that are fascinating and about which I knew nothing before.
Here is something to remember! Next Sunday we leave Daylight Savings Time, at 2 AM local time. So don’t forget to set your clocks back an hour at that time or you will be really early to Church that morning!
It is Fall and a lot of schools are looking for things to do with the kids to break up the daily grind of classroom work and augment the educational process through a field trip. And there is nothing wrong with field trips! We all love taking trips to cool destinations. Trips to a Planetarium or the Zoo or a historical site all contribute mightily to a students education and can spark the imagination in countless ways.