Tuesday, June 01, 2010

Summertime, and the Learning is Easy...

Spent Memorial Day on boat in a quiet cove along the Wye River.

And for at least a few hours I forgot that we've actually got two weeks of school left before summer begins.

I'm looking forward to this summer. I look forward to every summer, but feel especially excited to start summer 2010. As usual, I'll be taking care of my three kids and we'll be hitting all the museums and free concerts Baltimore and DC have to offer. I'll also be working on finishing up a bit of writing I've been hacking away at and taking on some new language study -- this time Icelandic -- via the self-guided courses at University of Iceland online.

Looking forward to visiting Denver for ISTE and seeing so many of the folks who I bat around ideas with via Twitter and elsewhere in the educational depths of the Internet. And I'm looking forward to working with the folks at Johns Hopkins on a new project where hopefully I'll be able to bring some ideas to the table that reflect the concerns and passions of so many of the folks who help make my daily professional development journey so rewarding.

I think it'll be a great summer full of tons of unique opportunities for extending the old mind.

What are your plans?


  1. Feel free to stop by our event while at ISTE. CompassLearning's "Tweet Up Under the Stars" will bring together bloggers like yourself as well as other ISTE attendees in a fun environment! Click the link to get more info. http://ow.ly/1QDAK

    We are on Twitter too, @compasslearning. I hope you can make it!!!

  2. gosh.. i hope i get to meet you at iste. :)

  3. Check out my blog for a link to a site where you can download free audiobooks for your kids this summer!


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