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(g) the ‘right’ direction (5.21)

the ‘right’ direction

morning walk uphill
angle counts as stair steps; gains
new lifetime climb ‘badge’

high as a hot air balloon
or two thousand flights of stairs… 29 more words


New to Me...

When you are little, everything is a new experience. The first time you (insert pretty much any activity here). The difference is that the majority of people don’t necessarily remember those new experiences if they occurred within their first three and half years. 833 more words

Do progressive teachers fight cuts?

State schools in England are facing cuts of £3billion. The consequences are already being felt with more classes of over 30 pupils, less resources and fewer teachers. 825 more words

Educational Policy

Ggplot2 graph of counts in different categories from a check all that apply survey question

Recently, I needed to make a graph that displayed the number of survey respondents who were in a set of categories. The data came from a survey question that was a ‘check all that apply’ (not my favorite) so each respondent could belong to one to four categories. 403 more words

Bar Graph

One broadband choice counts as “competition” in new FCC proposal

(Source: arstechnica.com)

A Federal Communications Commission plan to eliminate price caps in much of the business broadband market uses a new test for determining whether customers benefit from competition. 1,090 more words


Japan counts down to cherry blossom fever

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

MITO, Japan: The cherry blossom season in Japan kicks off boozy parties across the country and draws tourists from far and wide, but the annual coming-of-spring ritual isn’t official until inspectors like Hisato Nishii sign off on it. 536 more words

Current Affairs

Fourth Rehearsal: Mad Mathematics

Today’s modern rehearsal was fun insofar as it involved lots of running around, stuffed animals and confusion. I was kinda imagining rehearsals to be nothing but relentless buffing of the choreography, so the chaos is still a bit of a surprise, albeit a pleasant one – it makes rehearsals that much more interesting. 641 more words