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Sheri Edwards
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Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness... Reflect curiosity and wonder....
Go boldly and scatter seeds of kindness... Reflect curiosity and wonder....

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So. I've resisted using the "new" google sites. I really liked the ease of use and control of the classic wiki google sites. But now, it looks like "sites.google..." goes to new sites, and I had to hit the "classic sites" button three times until all my many classic sites showed up [PANIC].

Question: What happens if I update my complex classic sites to the new sites? And how do I go about updating?

Thank you.

~ Sheri

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Dance to the beat of the drums at the 3rd Annual Wellness Powwow and Health Fair from Coulee Medical Center and Colville Tribal Health Program
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How to use Google Photos by +Sue Waters of +Edublogs Support
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What stories will you encourage them to hear?

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#writeout #clmooc #exit Includes slideshow of all my doodles for writeout with links to their blogposts. Thanks for a great two weeks of writing in a park or public place. I hope this continues throughout the year and the "camp" again next summer! Thanks everyone for your reflections on your places with art, photos, writing. Beautiful.

http://whatelse.edublogs.org/2018/07/31/writeout-clmooc-exit/

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#writeout #clmooc #exit Includes slideshow of all my doodles for writeout with links to their blogposts. Thanks for a great summer CLmooc.

http://whatelse.edublogs.org/2018/07/31/writeout-clmooc-exit/

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Sheri Edwards commented on a post on Blogger.
I taught Native Americans and a Native presenter reminded them of their inner spirit and awesomeness. He danced, played the flute, engaged the students with him in music and dance. He did a kind of finger dance and song, "You are awesome; I am awesome" with the students. Afterwards, as the middle schoolers were laughing and joking, one repeated the finger dance and said to another, "You are awesome." The next day and everyday that year, we shared this poster and reminded each other of our "awesomeness." https://flic.kr/p/qMD87X It raised our caring just a notch.

Little things the kids identify with can lift hope and extend a willingness to participate and support one another. In whatever way the relationships can be built in the classroom, teacher to student and student to student, take time to do it. A few minutes can make a world of difference for one kid. They may carry that with them for the rest of their life a support.

Reading books with social issues also helps. I didn't know how much until a former student, in his thirties, came to school to visit and had brought and given me a copy with his note of the book he'd read in my class so many years ago that had helped him. He wanted me to know how important that was.

Your post is so important: we must believe and encourage the gifts they have inside so that they may choose to use them.

Thank you
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#writeout #clmooc #brown #hat

How about learning about how to be a National Park Service Ranger?

http://whatelse.edublogs.org/2018/07/26/writeout-clmooc-brown/

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#writeout #clmooc #brown #hat

How about learning about how to be a National Park Service Ranger?

http://whatelse.edublogs.org/2018/07/26/writeout-clmooc-brown/
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