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Making connections

This weekend I will be attending a blogging conference in San Jose. BlogHer will be held at the SJ Convention Center, kicking off its pre-conference session at Pathfinder Day this morning at 9 am. 95 more words


Adult Visions

As a kid, you must have imagined what it was like to be an adult. Now that you’re a grownup (or becoming one), how far off was your idea of adult life? 305 more words

Stuff We Love


A short little dinner conversation sparked this thought up. I don’t even know how, but the more I thought about it, the more I remember. I don’t even know if that made any sense. 814 more words


Transactive Memory in Learning

Betsy Sparrow, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Psychology at Columbia University, discusses research into transactive memory. She explains that, in today’s world, we tend to remember where to find information and how to get it, rather than the information itself.


Teaching Your Toddler How To Spell Their Name

I have always enjoyed seeing my little boy’s eyes light up when he realizes he has learned something new. When he learned to spell his name he was just so excited, and I could see an immediate boost in confidence. 181 more words


Summers coming to a End

It’s July 24th, which means our county’s school year starts in less than 2 weeks. I printed the supply list for my step-sons’s school, when Googled what my daughter will most likely need for the coming school year as well. 216 more words


Why Learn English?

By: Carolyn Hernandez
ESL Teacher/Academic Coordinator
Lingua Language Center at Broward College

The importance of learning English cannot be stressed enough. In our increasingly digital and global world, learning to speak English fluently is advantageous for everyone! 496 more words

Broward College