Author Archives: rberry867

Learning Project Completed!!! It feels good to have this project completed before the end of this class! I know I have not posted an update on the tanned hide slippers I was making, but I went into overdrive and spent every waking moment sewing. Yes, that includes my recess and lunch breaks, but it was well worth … Continue reading Learning Project Completed!!!

Tagged: goodbye, Learning Project, tanned hide moccasins

My Take on Adobe Spark

Our assignment was to choose an online "sharing" tool and provide some insight to its strengths, weakness, classroom applications, and  sharing of ideas capabilities. I choose  to review Adobe Spark. It is a multifunctional program that allows the user to be creative either by using existing templates or the allowance of being totally innovative and … Continue reading My Take on Adobe Spark

Tagged: #adobespark, #freeresource, #onlinecreativity, #userfriendly, #videocreator


                                                                        photo via pintrest  We were asked to reflect on our personal feelings (benefits, barriers & fears) on sharing our … Continue reading Gestalt!

Tagged: #collaboration, #deanshareski, #dereksivers, #inspiration, #networking, #personalgrowth, #professionalgrowth, #sharingonline, #stevenjohnson, #support, #teacherswhoshare

Sewing Project Update

I am enjoying this project! It is much more relaxing (at times) than I would have expected. I did run into some major hiccups and I'm sure I will continue to do so as I am just learning these new skills.  Below is a list of unforeseen  events that I had to work through. Make … Continue reading Sewing Project Update

Tagged: beading, iMovie, Learning Project, tanned hide moccasins

Wimpy Wimperson

My dream of being able to pick up a guitar and jam with my son and nephew is crushed. After 2 days of practicing my strumming techniques, 15 minutes each day was all I could manage, I decided I was putting this particular task on hold (maybe permanently)! I was in pain. My fingertips were … Continue reading Wimpy Wimperson

#Tellitlikeitis Zach Harrell via YouTube What is Social Justice? Tabitha Dell’Angelo in her article “Creating Classrooms for Social Justice” defines it as “recognizing and acting upon the power that we have for making positive change.”The article highlights some strategies that are effective when teaching social justice in the classroom: Connecting students’ lives Linking to real-world problems … Continue reading #Tellitlikeitis

Project Change

After reading my colleagues posts as they venture along their learning journey’s, I feel that I have chosen a project that is “safe.” One in which I could easily learn the skill and see immediate results; one that required minimal “help” – I guess that speaks to my quiet, independent nature. Like many others in … Continue reading Project Change