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Lucky Shot

In this study, authors explain that most drugs used in the treatment of AIDs “play a roll” in regulating the human immune system.

Super cheesy post-training post

Ever since I was selected to spend a year teaching in Thailand it really hasn’t properly sunk in at all. The surreality of it kind of bothered me, it just all seemed like a far away dream that wasn’t actually happening. 519 more words

Project Trust

Short Story Breakdown

I made this when I was teaching students how to approach reading in a literature class that focused on the short story.

I am not usually a visual person, but more of an audio learner (charts make me queasy). 88 more words

Writers

Reviewing The Teacher Wars, a History of America’s Most Embattled Profession

Reading Dana Goldstein’s book was a journey of discovery that I wished I’d taken in 1975, before I ended up teaching for thirty years in the embattled and often abused public schools. 969 more words

Education

206 – July 24 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

Bound and drowned for Christ

Aeltgen Baten an aged woman. And Maeyken Wouters a young woman about 24 years both received Christ and were baptized and gave evidence of their faith before God and man in their community in their native city of Liege, Belgium. 311 more words

Church History

205 – July 23 – THIS DAY IN BAPTIST HISTORY PAST

Providence Assures Baptist Succession in Sweden

The Baptists of Sweden numbered nearly 500, though subject to bitter persecution when Adreas Wiberg returned from America in 1855. 315 more words

Church History

Fat Brain

When I began this post I had every intention of talking about something other than fat (my hunt for the perfect grammar curriculum, to be precise) but the fat obsession quickly and took over the writing wheel. 185 more words

Weighty Matters