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Technology that makes my life a little easier | Mark Miller

My old classroom had a suite of computers, an interactive whiteboard and a visualiser. I loved the visualiser and it was great to not have to book IT suites, but did these things transform my teaching? 82 more words

Technology that makes my life a little easier | Mark Miller

My old classroom had a suite of computers, an interactive whiteboard and a visualiser. I loved the visualiser and it was great to not have to book IT suites, but did these things transform my teaching? 82 more words

Football preview 2015: Waverly Warriors

LAST YEAR

3-6 overall, 1-4 CAAC Red (5th)

2015 SCHEDULE (last year’s record)

Aug. 28…Lansing Catholic, 7 p.m. (L 48-20)

Sept. 3…at Eastern, 7 p.m. (W 28-0) 653 more words

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[PODCAST] POPTARDS SPOILER ALERT AIN'T IT COOL NEWS ROBPATEY.COM COMIC BOOK & GCulture EP. 305?!? JUSTICE LEAGUE 43, BOOK OF DEATH, BATTLEWORLD & BOOM

That’s’s right kids, another episode of your least favorite moment in audio and comic booking. Email comments and complaints to robpatey@comcast.net

STRONG LANGUAGE AND THEMES AHEAD. 137 more words

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With SBC future in sight, Margaretta focuses on now

CASTALIA – If the prospect of playing in a new league against like-sized opponents is the light at the end of a tunnel, Margaretta football coach Andy Zuk wants his players to avoid looking at it. 2,337 more words

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4 Agenda Items Missing From Monday’s White House Conference on Aging | Money.com

While the White House Conference on Aging examined many issues, other critically important ones were not on the agenda. The School of Creative Aging, my new project at The Kyle Group, shares the concern of Encore.org about the lack of a real assessment of the needs of the increasing numbers of elder citizens, of no attention being paid to the actual and potential contributions of older people through new careers and voluntary activities, and other key issues. 134 more words

Revision Decisions: proposition composition | Mark Miller

Over the last couple of years, sentences have played a prominent role in my classroom. Students know what good sentences look like, can often discuss the mechanics of them, but lately I have encountered a couple of problems. 70 more words