I finished day 1 of the education conference.
I left Sitka, AK at 6am. I flew to Juneau and switched planes. I then flew to Ketchikan. When we tried to land in Ketchikan the fog was too think and so we flew in circles above Ketchikan for 45 minutes. We finally were able to land. Then I flew to Seattle where I got on a big plane. The flight from Seattle to Seoul was 11 hours long. They served us 2 meals and a snj Did you know that I few over Sitka on my way to Asia? Pretty amazing. Lots and lots of planes fly right over Sitka when they travel to other parts of the world. Once I landed in South Korea I had to take 1 1/2 hour bus ride to the hotel. It 10pm at night and it is only 5am in Sitka. I better get to bed it is going to be a busy day.
Mrs. Duncan was invited to Seoul, South Korea to share her innovative classroom practices with Korean educators. She is proud that her students are the global innovators, thinker and problem solvers of today and loves to tell the world about them.