#SOL19: Day 30 SOLSC

New learning . . .

Skippety do dah!

Slicers share so much . . .

Some days it is ideas and

Some days it includes learning tips!

Thanks to my friend Sally

For teaching me about slide show in wordpress.com

Skippety do dah!

I learn so much from my Slicer friends!

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Don’t let fear, doubt, or past experiences defeat you! 

You can do this! 

You can learn something new!

Slide show learning courtesy of Sally Donnelly at “Read and Write by Sally” here! The directions are in the comments section on her blog!




Thank you, Betsy, Beth, Deb, Kathleen, Kelsey, Lanny, Melanie, and Stacey for this daily March forum from Two Writing Teachers. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here.

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14 responses

  1. SO true. I love all the writing formats- like this one – and try to take notes so that I can borrow from the many mentor texts available to me!

    1. Anita,
      The learning all month long is like an extra gift inside the gift of writing and reflecting on one’s own writing. We are so fortunate to have this community!

  2. I totally agree with the amount I learn this month – it is truly a gift. 31 days is a lot but I am always sad as it winds down.

    1. Clare, the learning, the friendships forged, and the improved writing. All are wins!

  3. I have learned so much! Ideas are buzzing in my head, written on my draft folder and on sticky notes, I’ve saved links. Now I need time to sort them all out.

    1. Jaana,
      Organization is key. I love my bookmark bar on my chromebook. Organizing my top 10 links on it has literally saved me years of time! ❤

  4. Wahoo- I saw it on Sally’s but did not see how to and assumed it was a premium thing- yippee! Hard to believe another March is drawing to a close. Will you be at ALA in DC in June?

    1. Erika,
      I know. Total fun and free. (I think with premium you can add more slides, but I am just guessing!) When in June is ALA?

  5. Thank for the tip, Fran! I will have to check that out!

    1. Rose,
      It’s the bottom choice for adding pictures. Quick and easy!

  6. Oh man! I’m going to have to explore that. What fun. And indeed, there was so much to learn this month. Can’t believe it’s over…until Tuesday! 🙂

    1. You will love it! Easy Peasy!
      The more you know, the more you find out there is to know!

  7. Here’s yet another cool idea learned through this month-long challenge. I’d love to see your top 10 links that you’ve bookmarked. What a month!

  8. There are so many things to learn from slicers. This is truly a sharing and giving community.

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