But I have found lots of things on the web over the last several years that have been so helpful to me. I figure if I put them down here, I might be able to find them again. Not to mention, if there is anyone out there in the "virtual" world that also might find those same things helpful, then I suppose I should share them! After all, we teachers don't need to reinvent the wheel. We may need to air it up or let some of the air out; scrub down the white walls; take the nails out; and polish it until it shines to be useful to a particular group of students. But the idea will be there at any rate as a choice for someone to use or not.
There won't be any Specialties of the House" listed today. I'm still in the learning stages of this new technology (well, new to me). So have patience. Remember a watched pot never boils--unless you are Data and experiment with watching it or not watching it and still have the pot boil in the exact same amount of time.