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It’s officially been 39 weeks as of today. What a wild ride.

I don’t think my belly has really grown or changed a whole lot in the last few weeks. 725 more words

Pregnancy

New Beginnings

Schools in India could never have chosen a better time to reopen. The months of oncoming monsoon are when schools make a new start. Just like the rain that brings in new greens to the earth, at Mantra, we started the academic year with nine new joiners. 513 more words

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Our 1% chance 

I’ve sat down many times to write this post and I never know where to start. I’ve decided it’s time for me to get it all out, so without further introduction, let’s just jump right in. 958 more words

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Students as Co-Creators in Induction and Transition

LIGHTNING TALK

Author (s) Nia Davies, Melanie Healy

Abstract

Within higher education there has been a recent move toward engaging students as co-creators in the design and development of courses and curricula, moving away from the traditional approach of a top-down model. 447 more words

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Truth really does exist!

In recent years, relativism has taken over the world. In it’s many subtle forms, “Post-Modernism” and more recently, “Post-Truth” altogether. You can just make things up and claim them as facts to support your arguments. 728 more words

Truth

Eliot-Hine's National Junior Honor Society Induction

Twelve of Eliot-Hine’s 6th, 7th, and 8th graders were inducted into the National Junior Honor Society during a ceremony recently. This is the first cohort of inductees at Eliot-Hine, and the group is off to a great start getting involved in the community! 112 more words

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