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Friday, December 01, 2006

Glowing; Dusk Till Dawn

On route to Haddington.

The view from my Beetle.

Sunrise Over Seafield Road

One of the many beautiful sunrises that are, frankly, just 'glowing'.

After a manic week, I am trying to fit in a bit of ‘power blogging’ before the weekend. On the glow front, I am pleased to be meeting John Connell (former Director of the SSDN, glow). John has accepted the invitation to visit Knox Academy. He will be observing his ‘vision’ and years of planning in practice. He will join my INT 1 class, and I, on Wednesday morning. We are really looking forward to his visit.

This week also saw the trial of glow in the Primary Sector. On Tuesday and Wednesday, Leann McMillan (King’s Meadow primary school, Haddington) trialed the glow portal with her pupils. Unfortunately I was given cover on Tuesday and I was teaching on Wednesday. However, Dave R was able to attend. His review can be found here. (Thanks Dave)

Alas, it is the weekend. Have a good one :)

2 Comments:

At Friday, 01 December, 2006, Anonymous John Connell said...

Tess - I think that must be the first time I have ever knowan a teacher to use the words 'alas' and 'weekend' in the same sentence! ;-)
John

 
At Friday, 01 December, 2006, Blogger Tess Watson said...

Wits John, keeping mine ;)

 

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