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For the Joy of Teaching

“Teachers who love teaching teach children to love learning” — Robert John Meehan

There are many times in a teacher’s life when she questions and asks herself why she is in the profession. 448 more words

PBL & feminist pedagogy

(A post I made 3/3/13 on a blog for a course Gender, Race, and the Complexities of Science and Technology )
A. For the purposes of this activity, let me define feminism in relation to science and technology (following the… 889 more words

Reflective Practice

Four Important Steps Toward Building a Meeting Agenda Owned By Participants


This approach builds the meeting purpose, scope, session (ie, meeting or workshop) deliverables, simple agenda, and potential participants.


Do the following: 616 more words

Facilitative Leadership

When the lights go down...

Poignant emotion. Vivid remembrance. A culmination of a string of hard work. These are the things we generally associate with endings.

But, what is an “ending” really? 249 more words

Sports Media


It’s hard to see progress from day-to-day.  That is where people get discouraged when dieting and exercising.  But the changes are happening.

My personal journey of weight loss and toning has been a long one, but it was definitely worth it. 186 more words

Healthy Eating

Kona Community

Like I have mentioned before, Kona is a fun and exciting place for tourists! So many activities! During my time in Kona I have been on a submarine, I parasailed, learned how to paddle board, saw dolphins swim next to our boat, visited the most beautiful beaches, shopped, stayed at the… 658 more words



Throughout the anxiety community, there seems to be a divide when it comes to medication. While I wouldn’t consider myself a pill-pusher, I do think it’s very beneficial for some people, and it’s changed my life. 124 more words