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Fastest computer – the Brain (says Samantha)
Precious resources – each other, books
Teaching – the wonderful Mrs. Levin
Sharing – can lead to two people being right or two people being wrong
Questions – because she cares!
Samantha’s parents and biggest fan
Aw shucks, thanks!! For us the precious (non-renewable) resource is time. Who’s teaching? All of us! We all come with a set of knowledge and experience no one else has, and we need to honor that. And the questions? Well, that’s how I roll…
Love your answer on the sharing, by the way. It’s always interesting when both of those things happen at the same time!
The fastest computer is the brain, our most precious resource is time, we and Mrs. Levin are teaching students, the worst thing that can happen to you is getting the wrong answer when you share, and Mrs. Levin asks so many questions because as we get questions we know the answers, memorize them, and they stick to our heads and make us smarter! (That’s what I think…)
You got it!
I am amazed that the fastest computer is your brain. I thought it was an actual computer. I am looking forward to the whole year together. It will be fun to be a part of the class, both learning, sharing, and collaborating together as a group.
As parents we enjoyed reading all about you and what is is on the agenda for the start of the year. We also had a good time picking books with Jared for the first assignment. He wishes that he could have shared more and that he could have heard more from others about their books. Looking for to A Wrinkle in Time.
Thanks! Looking forward to a great year. =)
computer=brain,most precious resource=time,worst that could happen=someone says “NO!”, the reason you ask so many questions is to learn from us!
The fastest computer is the brain, our most precious resource is time, the worst that could happen is that someone says no to our answer, and the reason the you ask so many questions is to learn from us.
That is a really good tip particularly to those fresh to the blogosphere.
Brief but very accurate information… Thanks for sharing this
one. A must read article!