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Hardscape, Part 2: Modify Sub Elements

As discussed in Part 1, Floors are one of the better options for creating hardscape in Revit, especially when using the Modify Sub Elements tool.  393 more words

How To


I have just one free prep period in my own room this year.  I teach four classes in it, Orsino teaches two, and Lucinda–despite the fact that she’s only teaching two classes–teaches one.   334 more words

Department Business

Semi-Officially Disapproved Round-Up, Vol.1, No.3

  1. Whiskey in the morning, whiskey in the evening, whiskey at supper time; when grading’s on the table, you can have whiskey any time!
  2. A colleague once criticized me for assigning too many primary texts while simultaneously criticizing the attitude of jocular despair I have about my students’ capabilities.  
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Wreck ALL the Things

Dearest Captain Spazzmataz,

My delayed post has finally arrived.  Though I and the girls are quite sad at your departure, we’ve been having a fun time.  269 more words

Captain Spazzmataz

Grading and Variations of Teacher Perspective

As I was participating in a #langchat discussion, I realized just how passionate teachers are about classroom procedures and grading. I also came away feeling that we must be respectful as we share ideas. 666 more words

Coffee Sorting and Grading

(Courtesy of the ICO, International Coffee Organization)

Coffee beans are usually sorted by either size, shape, density, and color. For example, peaberries are sorted out from normal size coffee beans. 135 more words

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Freeing My PGX Graded Uncanny X-Men #207

Over the years I have read about both positive and negative experiences with grading companies. There is a consensus in the industry that grading companies are necessary and do serve their purpose a certain situations. 1,463 more words