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Teacher Feature: Four Year Old Classroom Explores Don Quixote

It’s Teacher Feature Thursday!

This week we are featuring Emma Cowan-Young and Carrie Heflin. Their four year old classroom was learning about Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes and decided to spend a day talking about the royal court. 707 more words

Museum Education

The Universe Breathes

Big Bang debunked? New theory reexamines beginning of universe

In the movie, The Oxford Murders, the young graduate student, “Martin” (Elijah Wood), wanders into a closed system and inadvertently disrupts it. 788 more words

Formerly Ordinary

I love the Don Quixote books by Miguel de Cervantes.

The author himself was almost more amazing than his fictional creation. Having lost the use of his left hand in a military battle, he simply recovered and re-enlisted! 535 more words


How The Arabs Saved Civilization

A bestselling book, How The Irish Saved Civilization, tells how remote Irish monks, notably the ninth-century Irishman Erigena, kept the lamp of learning lit during the Dark Ages in Europe. 1,315 more words

The Ingenious Gentleman Miguel de Cervantes

Cervantes is said to have died on the same day as Shakespeare. Buried in the Convent of the Barefoot Trinitarians in Madrid, 399 years later his bones have been found – just in time for the quadricentenary. 507 more words

Writing & Writers

I'm not Don Quixote

If you could have any author –living or dead – write your biography, who would you choose?

My life is not interesting enough to write a book and involve a known writer on it. 281 more words

Daily Prompt