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Goals for the Year

As I mentioned recently in this post, I am going to try to join the 30-Day Blogging Challenge for Teachers. I may not stick to the suggestions for topics outlined in the challenge since I’m not a classroom teacher. 215 more words


Teaching Experimental Design: The Ongoing Struggle

About two years ago, I wrote a blog post about my continuing efforts to teach experimental design in my nonmajors biology class. That post ( 444 more words

Engaging Students

Will Grayson, Will Grayson - John Green & David Levithan

Somehow I find myself reading yet another John Green novel. It’s not that surprising really. His excellence never fails to leave me in awe. This specific story is actually a collaboration with another great young adult author, David Levithan.  303 more words

IT Transformation

Increasingly users are interacting with applications using personal and mobile devices driven by user preference, gains in work life efficiencies and ability to collaborate with coworkers real-time. 160 more words

magpie bridge: CANDY BRIGHT: The poet speaks #poetry #interview

 There will be times when we meet and one or other reads one of their poems and I am transported to that place, that feeling .  

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Introducing David Wright LaGrone

David Wright LaGrone is a fine artist and musician from the depths of the American South, Nashville, Tennessee.

Trained loosely and poorly in jazz guitar, this is his second collaboration with Shaun Blezard, the first being Blezard’s remix of LaGrone’s former project 1000 Aeroplanes Crashing in the Night on the 2006 release “Aspire to be Forgotten”. 18 more words


Why Real Innovation Comes From Powerful Pairs

Some interesting ideas around the power of creative pairs/teams and what is required to make them work:

Joshua Wolf Shenk’s new book out this week, Powers of Two: Finding the Essence of Innovation in Creative Pairs, draws on academic research, historical evidence, and original reportage, to explore what makes creative partnerships tick, from a foundation of trust to a spark that ignites when two people are “as alike as identical twins and as unalike as complete strangers. 10 more words

A Dangerous Thing