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Peanut Butter, Jelly and Algorithms: A mini update!

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What do these three things have in common? Well, it’s what I’m having for breakfast!

It has been about a year…

As time progresses towards to the one year anniversary of me changing everything in my life in order to return to school, all that I can do is count my blessings.   752 more words


Future learn - Week 4

Week 4: Exploring English by British Council

British literature – Shakespeare plus others mentioned.

1. The intro video (1:16) has lots of transitions – not so smooth. 520 more words


Visualizing Cultures from MIT

Visualizing Cultures from MIT

Why is this resource awesome?

Well, mostly because right now the amazing edX platform offers several courses based on this humongous visual library of materials. 120 more words


Blogging 101: Love Your Theme

Today’s assignment: try out at least three other themes — even if you’re happy with the one you first chose. Try one you’re drawn to, and one you would  766 more words


It began before his death- Assignment of Coursera course-Writing_II_Rhetorical_Composing

It began before his death. They notified us to take him home from the hospital for that reason, to die at home. When I stood in front his bed, his cheeks were sunken and the dying face belonged to my dearest father. 804 more words


Patient Capital Drives Change In Education

Editor’s note: Matthew Pittinsky is the CEO of Parchment.

In 2001, Arthur Levine, then president of Columbia University Teacher’s College, predicted that one day faculty members would become free agents, increasingly independent of their colleges and universities. 1,060 more words


Study: MIT's online physics class can teach students of all abilities

One of the hopes with Massively Open Online Courses (MOOCs) is that they give anyone around the world access to great teachers. But high profile experiments with MOOCs at the university level show that… 246 more words