Wednesday, July 30, 2008

182nd Carnival of Education

Well, the 182nd Carnival of Education is out and hosted over at the Chancellor’s New Clothes.

If you want to see what’s going on in the EduSphere make sure you plan to hop on over there. My post “Haters, Biters & Back to School” was included, but you don’t have to go there to read it here.

But you probably want to bee-bop over there and take a look-see at some interesting stuff. Here are just a few posts I enjoyed… Kirl’s post on “What teachers spend” over at Elbows, Knees, Dreams, Nancy Flanagan over at Teacher in a Strange Land talks about the success/lack of success in hiring new teachers in “Bring Me A Hire Love,” and then there’s the whole Marshmallow test thing over at Why Homeschool, and of course, don’t miss out on Edna Lee’s teacher gift post over at Regurgitated Alphabets.


Melissa B. said...

Thanks for the tip. I've been out of the Carnival Atmosphere (get it?) for a couple of weeks. Need to get back up on that Ferris Wheel & take a ride! BTW, Tara. R. is "guesting" for Take Another Look Thursday--please come on by and check it out!

loonyhiker said...

I've tagged you for the Worst Job Meme. Hope you have time to do this because I'd love to find out what your worst job was. The rules are here:

Melissa B. said...

BTW, don't forget today's Silly Sunday Sweepstakes!! I've got a SWEET snap for you to caption!

Nancy Flanagan said...

Glad you liked "Bring Me a Hire Love." I had such fun writing it that I had to tone down the snark level, omitting several bon mots about the Social Studies guys hiring their old football buddies.

And...everyone needs a tiara. You can find one in the Target bins occasionally. Cheers.