On Sunday we flew with the plane back to Berlin. It was a fantastic trip.
SMARTee visited the Didacta in Stuttgart on Friday and Saturday. It is the biggest education exhibition in Germany with many thousands visitors. We also met other teachers from Germany and Austria who learn with the Smartboard in their classroom. They were so excited and surprised to meet SMARTee there. One of SMARTee’s highlights at the Didacta was to meet so many monsters from SMART. They all were so friendly and enjoyed the photo session with me.
SMARTee is in Germany, with Stefan.SMARTee took the ICE from Berlin to Stuttgart. The ICE is the fastest train in Germany with a maximum speed of 330 km/h.
Love getting to spend time with my SEEs! Now I´m off again. I am going to Stefan in Germany for a conference and after that to Amber to visit her school – Phoenix Day School For The Deaf.
Love new adventures!
This is amazing! So many fun things to watch and do. This big event is all about using technology in school. I am here with Lotta, Amber, Staci and Brianna.
SMARTee is loving Espoo but ready to escape the cold weather here!! He is packing and ready to go on his big adventure. Students in Ms. Brianna’s Class in Espoo Finland are helping to design and make a suitcase for SMARTee as he continues his world travels! London here we come!
Today I visited Linda in her home. She lives in the Archipelago in the Gulf of Finland. Although it is winter the ice is not thick enough for Hovercraft. She goes with a boat, Sibbe, that can manage some ice.
This is Sibbe.
And this is the Hovercraft that she will go with when the ice is thick enough.
I wanted to watch birds, but the birds didn’t want to watch me… First time I have been mistaken for a squirrel. Is it my uniforms? Anyway, it’s important to feed the wild birds in the winter – and it’s really nice too. Some birds move south and some birds stay in Finland.
Well no birds while I was there…. but as soon as I left…
Well, the birds in Finland are as shy as the people…
I think I will go for a ride with my sledge. Jörgen is putting in a small video where you can see me in action! Follow the link below:
Till next time!