Virginia Couch
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  • Wichita, KS
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I have been teaching for 15 years. I teach second grade. My husband, Terry Couch is also a teacher and coach. My oldest daughter, Kristin is in college to become a pre-k teacher and my youngest daughter, Kelsey will graduate from Maize High School this year. I have a handsome and smart grandson, Eli who is a joy!!!

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Watcing the video was enlightening. I see that kids today can multi-task because they read hours of Facebook profiles and web pages. They also listen to music, play video games and text and talk on their cell phones in over a 24 hour period so they must be able to do that. My question is, can they do that outside of technology? If they can they why don't they? Is it because it's not relevent? Since technology is exploding at a rapid pace I also wonder what jobs will be available to kids when they graduate?

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At 8:22am on July 12, 2010, Patty Langley said…
I am a second grade teacher in Garner, NC and I am looking for other second grade classes in other areas to participate in a weather collaborative project. If you may be interested, please email me at pattylangley@johnston.k12.nc.us. I am planning an Elluminate Session on July 20 at 11:00am EDT. I will send you a link if are interested.

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At 8:44pm on April 5, 2010, Brad Niessen said…
It is such a powerful video...and they don't use words. I hope it inspired you this year.
 
 
 

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