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Thanks for posting! I wasn't able to attend this year so appreciate the video.
Mr. Fisch, I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I have been given the assignment to follow your class blog. I enjoyed the faculty dance video very much. I was refreshing to see the faculty having a good time and the students enjoying it also. I look forward to reading more of your blog posts.Michael Oakwoodhttp://oakwoodmichaeledm310.blogspot.com/http://twitter.com/michaeloakwood
Like Michael I am also a student at South Alabama who has been assigned to your blog. I cannot express how refreshing it is to see this type of activity among teachers; I attended high school at a private school here in mobile, and needless to say such activities were frowned upon. It is events like this that allow students to see their teachers as people like them who enjoy having a good time and not for the boring authority figures they may seem. Also it is a great excuse to just have fun as an educator. I look forward to talking with you about your goings on in both your school and classroom.
I'm so glad you posted the annual dance video. It looks like the students really enjoyed the performance. Always fun to watch! I can hardly wait for next year!
What fun!!! Loved the last one and love this one, as well.At this year's PETE&C conference we were fortunate to have Bill Strickland talk to us on the last day of the conference. See his talk here: http://youtu.be/fMI53qzMz9wAt one point he says something like, "If you build prisons, students act like prisoners." You are clearly building a sharing, caring, fun environment for kids. They HAVE to feel safe and welcome in the care of the faculty when that faculty is willing to hang themselves out there for fun.Congratulations to everyone involved.P.S.I wasn't assigned by ANYone to read your blog. ;)