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Because grades aren't enough...

For a long time now, I have found the standard A-E grading structure insufficient for truly describing a student’s progress and learning from an activity. And let’s face it, very little in life fits so neatly into five little categories as school grades hope student work does. 694 more words

Remarkability

What will other people think?

What will other people think?
I’ve had this question shoved before me like an unsightly, disgusting piece of meatloaf for dinner in an amount that might seem overly copious to some. 1,706 more words

God In Creation: The God Who Enjoys

It must be something to look at something in development and acknowledge that it’s good.

Noting something like that hints at the ability to reflect, review and rate progress. 366 more words

God

This Is How We Math: Scientific Notation

*making middle school math fun* :)

Now that Grace has really tackled exponents in general, scientific notation and powers of 10 were the next logical step! 762 more words

Top 4 reasons to consider in-company training

Imagine all the fun of learning, but without the nuisance of movement.

That’s one of the many conveniences of the REC’s in-company training: It’s workplace teaching that turns your staff into superheroes without you doing much of anything. 451 more words

Recruitment

I'm Offended, Or Offensive...I Forget

I’ve been using the internet regularly for about five years now. In all that time, I can count on one hand the number of things I’ve stumbled across that I actually considered offensive. 919 more words

Memoir-ish

HERE WE ARE IN A QUANDARY! ABOUT HOW MUCH SECURITY? IS TOO MUCH SECURITY?

Ever since 911!

We have this quandary about how much? Is too much security? There are those of us who think “I should not be the one to be spied on!” And there are those who do need to spied on also. 221 more words