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With Nooks and Kindles designed to resemble actual paper books as closely as possible, down to even emulating the flipping of pages; we wonder, what is the point of digital innovation? 439 more words

William Jefferson Clinton (1946-), the 42nd President of the United States of America

William Jefferson “Bill” Clinton (born William Jefferson Blythe III) was the 42nd President of the United States of America.

He is my 8th cousin once removed through our shared ancestor… 9 more words

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Uluru & Kata Tjuta

Bezoek aan Uluru (Ayers Rock) en Kata Tjuta (de Olga’s) in het noordelijk territorium (red centre). Religieuze plaats voor de Anangu (aborigines), de eigenaars van deze rotsformaties. 9 more words

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Creative Insubordination: Reading Ayers's and Alexander-Tanner's "The Mystery of Teaching"

I think this reading/comic brings up some issues we encounter or will encounter often as educators: autonomy and power. I wish everyone felt the way Williams Ayers does when he says, “Teaching is the vocation of vocations, a calling that shepherds a multitude of other callings.” This is beautiful, but unfortunately the quote I most often hear about teaching is, “Those who can’t do teach.” As educators, we are often not given autonomy or power. 333 more words

Alexander-Tanner

The Professorial Debates: An Incipiency Threshold Navigation

Fireworks erupt as @megynkelly takes on former professor over his incendiary 9/11 comments: http://t.co/oa83CrjHNu pic.twitter.com/QvfckFlAz4

— TheBlaze (@theblaze) September 9, 2014

#kellyfile interview with Ward Churchill part 1 via…

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Teach for America Pushes Bill Ayers’ ‘Culturally Responsive Teaching’

Go to EAGnews.org to read the full story.

Now that the word is out about what “social justice” education really is, progressive ed organizations have taken to altering their speak in an apparent attempt to avoid further scrutiny. 156 more words