Wednesday, December 22, 2010

The Education Buzz--Life's a Carnival 12 Days of Christmas Edition

Welcome to the Education Buzz--an eclectic smattering of things buzzing about in the EduSphere. This week finds us smack dab in the holiday season. So here is the 12 Days of Christmas Edition of the Education Carnival…

On the Twelfth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me 12 drummers drumming and a list of 50 top blogs on how to study…

On the Eleventh Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me eleven pipers piping and Mr. Teacher's lesson on probability.

On the Tenth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me ten lords a-leaping and Darren from Right on the Left Coast providing a reason why December 17 is such a wonderful day as well as an interesting exchange with a foreign exchange student.

On the Ninth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me, nine ladies dancing and Successful Teaching where there is always hope

On the Eighth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me, eight maids a-milking and J.M. Holland's take on how the meaning of books has changed.

On the Seventh Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me seven swans a swimming and Mamacita's "rant" on Christmas.

On the Sixth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me six geese a-laying and Joanne Jacobs and a little ditty about a teacher charged with discussing ham.

On the Fifth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me five golden ring and Old Andrew and why this job never ends.

On the Fourth Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me four calling birds and Steve Spangler's "Shrink a Cup in a Pressure Cooker" experiment. What's not to love about that?

On the Third Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me three French hens and Assorted Stuff's musings over the direction we are headed.

On the Second Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me two turtle doves and my post about stinky yellow school buses, big fat stupid heads, and, of course, my timer.

On the First Day of Christmas, my true love sent to me a partridge in a pear tree and…everyone's heartfelt wish for a very Merry Christmas and hope for the future in the New Year!
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Well, my friends, I think that wraps up this edition of the Education Buzz. If you are interested in hosting an edition, please let me know by emailing me at mybellringers@gmail.com. If you find any broken links or problems with this edition of the Ed Buzz, please let me know. 
As always…
“I’ve got this feeling that there’s something that I missed…”
–Snow Patrol

And, if I did, my apologies.


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With the holidays upon us, our next Carnival will be Wednesday, January 12. Please send your submissions using this handy dandy form. Deadline for submissions will be at 6 p.m. central time on Saturday, January 8.

5 comments:

Darren said...

Gracias for the link :)

Mamacita (Mamacita) said...

Excellent as always! Thank you for including me.

loonyhiker said...

Great job on the carnival! Thanks for including me in this! I can't wait to read the "days"! :)

Mister Teacher said...

Loved it! Thanks for including me in the Carnival!

Ms. P said...

Love this. I've been reading from afar, but I had to respond to this post. I did a fun 12 Days of Christmas activity in my 7th grade English class at the end of the year. You can read about it here -

http://bestinclassblog.blogspot.com/2010/12/eleven-wikis-leaking.html.

Their knowledge of current events surprised me.

Keep writing,
Ms. P