I'm actually getting a little jump on things by leaving this weekend for a super-quick trip to Paris (if there is ever a tragic phrase, I think that might be it)...for the QQML conference, where I will be presenting with my dissertation advisor. It's the last of the lingering UNT things. A joint presentation was a condition of a faculty research grant we received, which will cover most of my airfare. I'll be back in time for graduation.
|"Take a camera on your vacation" -- LC|
The first week of May, I will be at home, having postponed my Haitian excursion due to vision issues, but my husband will be at a conference, then that next week is all our state conferences -- Alabama School Library Association (Monday, June 8), the Alabama Educational Technology Conference (Tuesday, June 9 to Thursday June 11), and our quarterly Alabama Library Association meeting (Friday, June 12).
June 24 to July 1 will be ALA Annual in San Francisco -- Batchelder meetings, Odyssey awards, and a presentation on the Common Core are on my horizon there.
July 7 to 9 I will be working with our state department of education in Montgomery on technology integration for our new Social Studies course of study.
July 11 to 18, I will be in the Boston area for the Walden Woods project for some Thoreau-based professional development.
July 24 to 28 will be an actual vacation -- Key West for Hemingway Days.
Our teacher institute is August 8. Eek!