Monthly Archives: July 2015

Gearing up again – for WISSIT

Over the past two years, I have been keeping Weigh your Words on the back burner.  It hasn’t been out in the public much, but I have been talking it up quite a bit!  And, of course, I have been adding to the list.  As of this posting, I have almost 1200 words on the list.

Finally, I am going to bring it out for a spin again!  The seesaw and bins will be available to participants at the 2015 WISSIT (Washington International School Summer Institute for Teachers). I am thrilled to be able to make this interactive project available to teachers as they learn about visualizing learning. I hope it is a creative and contemplative break for them in between some amazing workshops and lectures.  I cross my fingers that some of them might incorporate the project into their schools’ curricula, mediation or counseling tools, or teacher training.

So I have been covering more stones with flax paper…

more stones…double checking that my word list is up to date, and sorting the stones for transport.

July 2015 stones