Noam took us to his place and we had a very nice dinner with his family, (but first we made a stop on the way to buy some knafeh and tahini) I was happy to meet them again after so many years and the food that Noam’s mom had prepared was really delicious. After dinner, we drove down to the waterfront and took a walk in a very nice part of town, filled with street art and cosy bars. It was a bit sad that we only had such a short time in Tel Aviv, there’s really something about that city that I really like a lot.
Thanks again, Noam!
At last! Someone who unnasrtedds! Thanks for posting!
Hi Dianne, I just wanted to comment on how great I think it is that you are reflecting on the many components of being a teacher librarian. I am getting my endorsement now and feel like you do when it comes to the huge amount of technology that we are supposed to be the "experts" on. I am 23 and considered a "Digital Native" but I still feel overloaded by the amount of resources available. Thank you for your insights and I loved your Prezi on Copyright laws!Thanks, Jess