#TrinityLearns Community (week 2)

What did you do at school today? Or, better yet, what happened at school today?

There are many days that I know what I did, but I wonder what else happened.  What if we leveraged technology to learn and share, to have a broader and deeper view into the learning episodes in our community?

There are many more voices contributing to the #TrinityLearns stream of information about the learning and celebrations happening daily.  At the end of this post, I’ve archived some of the tweets of the week, but I want to reflect on several that caught my attention.

I know that our 5th graders take the responsibility to raise the flag each morning, but I don’t see it happen.  Can you imagine a better way to learn about Social Studies and our country?Screen Shot 2013-09-02 at 6.40.12 PM

We know that our young learners are incredibly curious about technology and learning, but what does that look like?

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How did we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech?

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How do we learn and share? How are we connected? How do we tell  stories of learning? How do we see the entire journey of a child when we experience only a short time with them?

I love my school community.

About jplgough

Learner, Love Questions, Problem-finding, Math w/technology. Interests: Collaborating, PLC, Formative assmt
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One Response to #TrinityLearns Community (week 2)

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