Amie Cole
  • Female
  • Paragould, AR
  • United States

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Digital Maps

Started this discussion. Last reply by warren.aarong Aug 27, 2011. 5 Replies

I am looking for a place for my kids to create a digital map  of resources in our state. Does anyone know of a product or website where they can create a map of the state and add photos or clipart to…Continue


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Greene County Tech High School

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Drowning in the Sea of Technology

Posted on July 18, 2011 at 6:36pm 1 Comment

For the past few weeks I have been trying to keep my head above water in the gigantic sea of technology that is available to teachers and students. It's almost more than I can handle. It is no surprise that many teachers get frustrated and don't want to make any changes to their daily routine by including technology. I have always been able to work through technology to figure things out, but I know there are those out there who hit the first stumbling block and give up. There is just so…


At the end of the day

Posted on July 7, 2011 at 10:21am 0 Comments

I truly believe that so many have lost their direction in education. Sometimes I feel like there is a dark cloud engulfing education and people are wandering around trying to find their way to the light. That feeling of uphill battles, constantly drudging through the mess, and sinking in a huge hole of quicksand. It wears on people, good and bad. The bad use this environment to feed their negative attitudes and give them more to complain about. They get some sick high from finding the bad in… Continue

My passions

Posted on June 29, 2011 at 1:32pm 0 Comments

I have a few passions that really define who I and remind me of why I became a teacher. In the past three years one of those has really motivate me to do more for my community and the young people in it. I went on my first cruise to Mexico in 2009. As I was riding the bus in Progresso to one of our excursions I witnessed poverty like I had never seen. The landscape was bare; no usable soil to speak of. A kitchen in this community was a fire pit in the backyard with whole chickens hanging for… Continue

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