Friday, August 21, 2009

Back to School ~ Part 3

It was my turn to return to school. We had some time yesterday to work in our classrooms. Technology funds were used to purchase Epson Projectors for our rooms. Our technology coordinator set mine up...I will project my Classroom Expectations and Course Outlines from my Website in this manner. Think of the paper I'll save by not running a hard copy for each student!
Today's Keynote Speaker was Dr. Ed Porthan. His presentation was 'Embracing Excellence'.


This is Line's last weekend of vacation before she reports to school on Monday.
And for the cats...things are much the same...

9 comments:

Busy Bee Suz said...

You know I am so happy about you not wasting paper and all...I hope all teachers can have this same type of projector use. :)
The cats life...just perfect isn't it????

Quilt Hollow said...

Geez....cats have it made don't they!

sweetiepie said...

Where did the summer go!! It seems like just yesterday school let out for the summer. This past Thursday was the first day of school in our district. My little grandson, Josh, started kindergarten this year. Time flies.

BlueRidge Boomer said...

It's almost over~~~

Don't cats have "the life"???

Enjoy....LindaMay

Nancy said...

Technology can be a wonderful things. Glad it's proving to be handy for you in the classroom.

Good luck to Line on her first day! I'm sure she'll have a great school year. And wishing you a good school year, too!

Nancy

Kathy said...

That is awesome. I love it when we can do things like that.

jodi said...

And the students just lose the hard copy anyway. Or maybe that was just my boys!
Wishing you the best for the new school year.

Pam said...

Lucky you with the technology! That always helps.

Kat S. said...

My hubby is a teacher too and this past week has been spent getting ready for students Monday. He's at the local community college and loves his "smart" classroom with all the technology! It does make things so much easier and helps him make great power point presentations to his students.