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I have seen a debate between Daniel Webster and John Calhoun escalate into name calling. I have seen people celebrate the death of John Brown and mourn the assignation of Abraham Lincoln. I witnessed the US Civil War evolve in … Continue reading
I have taught students in Brownsville, Texas that the moderate climate and fertile soil of Bulgaria allows for the farming of vineyards, roses, and tobacco. I have also taught students in Northern Virginia that nursing, secretarial work, and teaching are … Continue reading
I have absolutely no desire to watch a Khan Academy video. It’s math. I am scared of math*. I know there is other stuff on there, but I have always associated Khan Academy with math. And as I hear more … Continue reading
My first five paragraph essay that I remember writing was on the word “square”. I was in 9th grade Honors English and the assignment was to pick a word, go to the Oxford English Dictionary, and write a five paragraph … Continue reading
I flew away from the Shanghai with more questions than answers. Ready to learn at Learning2.0 conference last week, I was invigorated by the new world we teach in. I can’t tell you how many wonderful tools I tried or … Continue reading
I had to wait until I was 10 to get my Apple II GS, which I’m pretty sure had less power than my iPhone. I sent my first e-mail when I was 15, using AoL address. Today, if you walked … Continue reading