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Words of the Week 22/2014 - Dr. Seuss

Words of the Week 22/2014

Dr. Seuss

Theodor Seuss Geisel (March 2, 1904 – September 24, 1991) was an American writer, poet, and cartoonist. He was most widely known for his children’s books written and illustrated as Dr. 95 more words


SMART Objective 3: Multi-dimensional objectives

So far I have been setting objective focused only on one thing, the reading and writing. From now on I will be setting Objective that are multi-dimensional and target of all the tools I am currently using. 114 more words


The Rosetta Stone

It was on 19th July in 1799 that the Rosetta Stone was discovered near Cairo in Egypt. It soon fell from the hands of the French to the English and was brought to the British Museum in 1802.   409 more words

Travel In Regency Times

The Language of Games Pt. 2 - Intuitive

Less is more. It’s a difficult concept for many to get their head around, especially when it comes to education. Over explanation can be detrimental to anyone’s learning experience. 590 more words


London Pt. 2

The next day began with The Globe Theater. I was lucky that I went on this day because even though the tour doesn’t include watching a play in the theater, there was a special performance we got to see. 354 more words


Accessing Rosetta Stone on your iPad

Rosetta Stone is available to all staff and students here at RUL. This is short video made by James Leahy (LT Content Developer) showing you how to access Rosetta Stone on a iPhone or iPad (via Regent’s Blackboard).


PiYo - Week 4

Yesterday I started week 4 of PiYo. I can’t believe I am already have done 3 weeks of PiYo. The workouts on deck for this week are tough ones including one new one called “Drench.” I already know what the “Sweat” workout makes me do, I can only imagine what this one entails :) Thursday will be at interesting morning haha. 197 more words