Where am I?: SOLT July 6, 2014

I am back on the road to New Paltz on the day after a long 4th celebration.  I had family celebrations to then a day of work in preparation for the Digital Institute in Rhode Island that begins on Sunday.  I had a chapter to peer review for our upcoming book with Troy Hicks and I had clothes to wash after a week away in Atlanta on the enormous tech conference that was way too big for me.  I’m so looking forward to a group of 100 educators that I can really get to know.

But for now, for this week and the rest of July I’ll be documenting kids working with great HVWP TCs, as they love writing.  What could be better than that.  And I get to catch some of the best moments of the experience.  What could be better?

Here’s some of the images I caught on my camera and I have even more on my camcorder and Go Pro.  Yup, I brought it all!!


11 thoughts

  1. I’m engaged in some “line lifting” this morning, where I am stealing lines and phrases and themes from my blogging friends, and building poems around then. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with me, and allowing me a chance to remix. I do it out of honor for you.

    This place is too big for me
    too wide open
    too expansive for me to connect with
    so I find my corner
    and write, coming full circle
    into the reasons why I arrived here in the first place
    with wonderment at the changes unfolding
    on such a grand scale that it is changing the world
    even as I capture the smallest moments possible
    still emerging in front of me.

  2. Wow, as you shared with me, you are busy, Bonnie. I didn’t know about your book “in the works”, terrific news. I always, always love seeing those pictures. You know just how to capture the essence of involvement! Thank you! And hope this time is better with only 100!

  3. You and Troy Hicks! What a great duo. I’m wondering about this book and hoping it has something to do with documenting learning with technology. Your pictures speak volumes!

  4. You’ve become a regular Carmen Sandiego, sans solving mysteries. 🙂 It would almost be shocking to read a post titled “Bonnie Stays Home!” I love Kevin’s poem too!

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