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Traffic blog number two: Presidents of the United States of America

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We constantly see polls concerning the popularity of presidents…Who was the greatest president? Who is the smartest president?┬á Who was the most popular?…so on and so forth… The question that came up today as I was driving into work (and … Continue reading

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Leveraging Uncertainty


Change is going to happen. The sometimes slow but always certain current of change has momentum…tremendous momentum. But it is dumb and unrefined momentum…like an undeniable ocean current. Yes, ocean currents can pull you out to a formless sea, but … Continue reading

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I don’t want to be a teacher anymore.


Etymologically speaking, I’d rather be an educator ­čÖé Nourushing, rearing and training┬ásounds a lot better than showing, pointing and training. Dogs get trained…kids shouldn’t.

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Perceiving Depth Where None Exists: Mirrors Reflecting Off Of Mirrors

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A wonderful chat I’ve recently come across is the No Box Thinking chat (#NBTchat – Sundays 7pm central). The central theme suggests that “thinking outside the box” isn’t enough to ensure the vitality of education. During any meeting, education or … Continue reading

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#LessonCrashers: Packaging Matters

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Packaging Matters It isn’t important what your product is, if you can’t sell it.┬á Explosive dogs don’t get loved very often (look above if you don’t get it… it’s a poor translation of “Bomb Sniffing Dog” into English). Take two … Continue reading

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Making it Legit: It’s time for a timeline post

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Timelines aren’t simply for history class.┬á In any lesson where change occurs in a somewhat organized sequence of events, a timeline can be implemented to make the student’s thinking incarnate/visible. For example, in English Language Arts teachers can use timelines … Continue reading

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The Milky Way Galaxy


Here’s another little Aurasma + Tourwrist miracle. Train your Aurasma enabled device and check out our galactic neighbors! Focus on the central region of the galaxy for best results.

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