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Inhaltsangabe: Approximately thirty-seven million American children attend elementary school, but only 20 of these children do so in one of the most remote national parks in the lower 48. From fall 2002 through spring 2006 my husband and I lived and taught in Big Bend National Park, Texas. This is the story of our experience in this remarkable school. One hundred miles from a supermarket, a hospital, or a Pizza Hut, my students and I laughed, learned, and flourished.



In addition to learning reading, writing, and arithmetic in this rare world which moves at a pace and is imbued with the serenity of an earlier time, our adventures included bus trips, video conferences, school plays, river voyages, re-vegetation projects, and desert hikes. It is my wish that through these pages you will experience some of the joy that enriched my life during my years at San Vicente Elementary School.



This account also includes glimpses into some behind-the-scenes activities and events that occurred in this particular national park. Whether attending presentations of the scientists who conduct research in the park, hunting down a mountain lion that has attacked a tourist, or relocating a rattlesnake retrieved from the school playground, the park rangers and interpreters stayed busy. Yet they made time to share their expertise with my students whenever called upon.



Some of the history of the Big Bend region, along with its geology, flora, and fauna is also included. This area of the State retains echoes of earlier times -times when this vast, rugged, remote, and hauntingly beautiful part of Texas was indeed, the last frontier. Come travel around the Bend with me and listen to this Texas teacher's love song.





Pat Seawell 's Texas roots run deep. An ancestor fought and died at the Alamo, and she grew up on a South Texas cattle ranch. Her teaching career spans five decades, four states, and three continents. She has bachelor's and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and a master's from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. After two retirements from public school teaching, she is currently working as an assistant professor in the education department at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. While she has enjoyed teaching multiple subjects and grade levels, Pat's real passion is her students. For them she applauds, for them she cheers. She lives with her husband of 47 years on a ranch, observing wildlife, collecting beautiful rocks, and dreaming of returning to the park as a geologist.

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Buchbeschreibung Dog Ear Publishing, United States, 2013. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. 231 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Approximately thirty-seven million American children attend elementary school, but only 20 of these children do so in one of the most remote national parks in the lower 48. From fall 2002 through spring 2006 my husband and I lived and taught in Big Bend National Park, Texas. This is the story of our experience in this remarkable school. One hundred miles from a supermarket, a hospital, or a Pizza Hut, my students and I laughed, learned, and flourished. In addition to learning reading, writing, and arithmetic in this rare world which moves at a pace and is imbued with the serenity of an earlier time, our adventures included bus trips, video conferences, school plays, river voyages, re-vegetation projects, and desert hikes. It is my wish that through these pages you will experience some of the joy that enriched my life during my years at San Vicente Elementary School. This account also includes glimpses into some behind-the-scenes activities and events that occurred in this particular national park. Whether attending presentations of the scientists who conduct research in the park, hunting down a mountain lion that has attacked a tourist, or relocating a rattlesnake retrieved from the school playground, the park rangers and interpreters stayed busy. Yet they made time to share their expertise with my students whenever called upon. Some of the history of the Big Bend region, along with its geology, flora, and fauna is also included. This area of the State retains echoes of earlier times -times when this vast, rugged, remote, and hauntingly beautiful part of Texas was indeed, the last frontier. Come travel around the Bend with me and listen to this Texas teacher s love song. Pat Seawell s Texas roots run deep. An ancestor fought and died at the Alamo, and she grew up on a South Texas cattle ranch. Her teaching career spans five decades, four states, and three continents. She has bachelor s and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and a master s from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. After two retirements from public school teaching, she is currently working as an assistant professor in the education department at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. While she has enjoyed teaching multiple subjects and grade levels, Pat s real passion is her students. For them she applauds, for them she cheers. She lives with her husband of 47 years on a ranch, observing wildlife, collecting beautiful rocks, and dreaming of returning to the park as a geologist. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781457521027

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Buchbeschreibung Dog Ear Publishing, United States, 2013. Hardback. Buchzustand: New. 231 x 160 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Approximately thirty-seven million American children attend elementary school, but only 20 of these children do so in one of the most remote national parks in the lower 48. From fall 2002 through spring 2006 my husband and I lived and taught in Big Bend National Park, Texas. This is the story of our experience in this remarkable school. One hundred miles from a supermarket, a hospital, or a Pizza Hut, my students and I laughed, learned, and flourished. In addition to learning reading, writing, and arithmetic in this rare world which moves at a pace and is imbued with the serenity of an earlier time, our adventures included bus trips, video conferences, school plays, river voyages, re-vegetation projects, and desert hikes. It is my wish that through these pages you will experience some of the joy that enriched my life during my years at San Vicente Elementary School. This account also includes glimpses into some behind-the-scenes activities and events that occurred in this particular national park. Whether attending presentations of the scientists who conduct research in the park, hunting down a mountain lion that has attacked a tourist, or relocating a rattlesnake retrieved from the school playground, the park rangers and interpreters stayed busy. Yet they made time to share their expertise with my students whenever called upon. Some of the history of the Big Bend region, along with its geology, flora, and fauna is also included. This area of the State retains echoes of earlier times -times when this vast, rugged, remote, and hauntingly beautiful part of Texas was indeed, the last frontier. Come travel around the Bend with me and listen to this Texas teacher s love song. Pat Seawell s Texas roots run deep. An ancestor fought and died at the Alamo, and she grew up on a South Texas cattle ranch. Her teaching career spans five decades, four states, and three continents. She has bachelor s and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas at Austin and a master s from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C. After two retirements from public school teaching, she is currently working as an assistant professor in the education department at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas. While she has enjoyed teaching multiple subjects and grade levels, Pat s real passion is her students. For them she applauds, for them she cheers. She lives with her husband of 47 years on a ranch, observing wildlife, collecting beautiful rocks, and dreaming of returning to the park as a geologist. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781457521027

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