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Leveraging your ignorance to benefit students

Guest Post By Charles Cooper Our world is surrounded by mystery. We seek out limits to our knowledge when watching movies, reading dystopian books, and even as we converse with friends. The mysterious, framed the right way, compels us to … Continue reading

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Disconnecting Student’s Work From Their Dreams

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Those who share power, weaken themselves, but those who share wisdom strengthen each other – Niccolo Machiavelli I came across a great article this morning and, later, a tweet from Mr. Voyles, a teacher on my wife’s elementary campus, that … Continue reading

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What Is A Right: The Declaration’s Teleological Argument

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The US Constitution doesn’t know what it’s defending. It claims to protect individual rights, but that term is never defined within the four corners of the document. Rights are, however, more closely addressed in the Declaration of Independence. Here’s a … Continue reading

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