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A city of hope

I have always maintained that my favorite thing about Washing D.C. is the public space: hallowed, holy, set aside for all. It is that demarcation which makes this nation great, the “our’s” we which identify, recognize and choose to hold in trust together. 270 more words

Observation

How much should a teacher know?

Recently, when faced with students who were quite apathetic about their Social Studies course, I decided to integrate a web-based simulation called The Civic Mirror… 1,150 more words

21st Century Classroom

SAFETY AND ROBOTIC SYSTEMS

SAFETY  WHEN USING ROBOTIC SYSTEMS:

If you follow my posting you know that I am definitely interested in robotic systems and robots themselves.   Robots represent a very interesting position in manufacturing and one that has it’s own safety rules.   1,264 more words

Education

Home for the next few months...

Arrived in Khao Yai yesterday. This is what I will be calling home for the next few months…my own little bungalow! It comes complete with my own living room, kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and little patio/veranda.

The autonomous twenties

With a new chapter of life comes a brand new blog. This year I’m 24. Until December 26th when I reach old lady status at the landmark age of 25. 733 more words

Big Questions

Spring Break

Playing house.

Playing at the life you want.

Making cookies out of play-doh,

to feed the nourishment you lack.

Rolling out a snake.

A snake that slithers unseen, 136 more words

MISSION STATEMENT

 

“HAVE SERMON- WILL TRAVEL”

 

“Have Sermon-Will Travel,” is a personal, non-profit initiative aimed at providing any small Jewish communities in need, but without resources to hire, a visiting, knowledgeable experienced Jewish leader/Rabbi, for any Jewish Community services. 182 more words

Have Sermon Will Travel