Project 365

Yes its 2014 and the #edugood Project 365 for 2013 has ended. For 2013 anyway, but now we are beginning a new year, so a new Project 365. You can see the details at “See The Good: A 365 Photo Project” on Venspired Blog. The Grand Finale was a picture I put together with all the my entries into the project.
I know its been a while since I updated this page but you can see all my pictures at Flickr rippie 77.
Grand Finale #edugood Project 365/365
Grand Finale
We just finished February and it was fun! When the days were stressful I would look on our group page and find some really great pictures that I enjoyed. February had some interesting topics; school ceilings, workspace, teacher’s lounge, clocks and a wide variety other topics.  Here are just a few that I did in February:
What I Love Most About Teaching 57/365
Learning is Fun 56/365 (our fingerprint activity in forensics)
Handmade 56/365
Clocks 54/365
We have 99 members as of today and everyone is posting some really cool stuff!
Check out Flickr my photostream for the rest of January’s pictures. We recently finished the posts for January and started February.
Amazing photos and ideas in the group. I never thought I would enjoy this, but I am enjoying every minute. I do forgot my days sometimes
but I usually catch up with my days. Here is the group link for #edugood.
Learning the real kind…. 21/365
Learning..the real kind 21/365 by rippie77

Via Flickr: This is a shot of my Forensics class completing their final CSI murder using all the skills they learned during the semester.

16/365 weather station by rippie77
16/365 weather station, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
This is our weather station and web cam. Notice the winter storm warning for Thursday night, kids are hoping…
Feel free to use the weather station at any time

Tree 12/365 by rippie77
Tree 12/365, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
This was a crystal growing Christmas tree I obtained from the dollar store. Didn’t think it would work but it did! Pretty cool.

Quote 11/365 by rippie77
Quote 11/365, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Project 365 and My favorite quote!

Classroom 10/3651 by rippie77
Classroom 10/3651, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
Here is part of my classroom. I will admit I am lucky to have computers in my room. Our rocket launcher sits in the back of the room near our weather station.

Hallway 9/365 by rippie77
Hallway 9/365, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
This is our new entrance and new wing. Just opened this year. The wall has pictures hanging on it that light up at night. The new wing hosts new art, band and gym areas.
The posters are outside my classroom, obtained them from NASA.

Best Part of my day at school by rippie77
Best Part of my day at school, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
This taken today because I forgot about it yesterday. However this was a great moment when my students understood the lab activity we were doing. Love those learning moments.

Memento 7/365 by rippie77
Memento 7/365, a photo by rippie77 on Flickr.

Via Flickr:
This was given to me by Tech theater students. They made these by hand in class and choose a few teachers to give them to. I was very grateful they picked me to receive one. Plus they know I attend a lot of sporting events. The ball is hand sewn.


Weekend Tradition

Well here is the 5th day of 365, Weekend Tradition.

via WeekendTradition | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.


Can’t help it but I have to keep thanking Krissy Venosdale ( for setting this up. Since I’m still on break it has been really fun figuring out what to post for each day’s photo. If you want to know about the project take a look at the #edugood page. Today was your favorite shoe day, I posted my 4th entry below:

DSC_2640.jpgNot very original but it told the story; jogging and relaxing. Just collaborating with other teachers has been one of the perks of this whole project. I’ve noticed more teachers have joined since the first day. The first day was New Year, New Goal, some of the pictures shared were awesome and thoughtful. My new goal is to be a better listener. Sometimes I forget that a major part of teaching is listening. As this project has progressed I started to think how could you use this in the classroom. Maybe have students do a different science topic or concept each day for a month. If that becomes bit too much how about doing a weekly photo, similar to a current events, have students present their photos every Friday. Topics could be narrowed down to current units being completed in class, examples include astronomy or meteorology for me. I think meteorology would work well especially with topics such as clouds or temperature. For middle and elementary school, drawings might be the way to go instead of photos. National Science Standards do state that students should “be thinking critically and logically about relationships between evidence and explanations, constructing and analyzing alternative explanations, and communicating scientific arguments” This project could integrate these standards and others. I would have students explain (generate) a description of their photos using concepts presented in class. As for Common Core Standards, I think this project would address:

“Translate quantitative or technical information
expressed in words in a text into visual form
(e.g., a table or chart) and translate information
expressed visually or mathematically (e.g., in an
equation) into words” Common Core

So I’m thinking this idea might just be a good one.


As the Project 365 continues I hope to get more ideas to use in the classroom. Next up is Weekend Tradition and the Skies…um wonder what I’m going to post.

  1. Sorry about the title I had it as 365 Project, keep mixing it up. It’s actually Project 365.

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