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Industrial Pursuits: How We Can Combine Arts and Science to Teach Children How to Work in the Real World

For this week’s article, I would like to feature Kj Dell’Antonia’s story about winter fun. In a burst of industrial inspiration, Dell’Antonia’s family hosted a birthday party, in which they taught children how to build homemade sleds out of cardboard and duct tape. 608 more words


Interview with David

Questioner: David, why not use your passion for education to bring about positive changes to the school system? Why have you chosen to walk away from a system that needs people like you now more than ever? 298 more words


The rising tide @ MOOCs

MOOCs are all set to revolutionise education. How is this going to happen?

MOOCs have been a popular topic in the education industry for the past few years. 540 more words


Oil output in North Dakota drops slightly in January.

Average daily output in North Dakota declined to 1,190,511 bopd, down 3.0% from the slightly revised December record high of 1,227,483. When I say slightly, I mean the December average was increased by 139 bopd, or one-hundredth of one percent. 48 more words


Career Possibilities: Teaching English and More

Ever since my last major blog post, I have been thinking about the possibility of moving to Germany to teach English after college. According to  451 more words


Where Modern Educational Philosophy Comes From: Part 1 - A Brief History of Education

If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.            3,874 more words

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