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Connections to Education

The discussion about Arduinos, innovation, and changes in business was not, seemingly, education related.  As is sometimes the case, what is intrinsically connected in my mind, may not be apparent to others. 171 more words

Technology In Education

Middle School Politics

The events that led up to and followed the visit of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu sound like something that took place in a middle school classroom. 490 more words

Montréal: Pool Party

Usually every night we play pool in the Auberge after dinner. Usually everyone is yelling and laughing. Some people are pretty good and other people have a long way to go.

By Siddrha

Montréal: Snowbanks

We did more presentations and had a lot of fun on the way like jumping off snowbanks. We also got in trouble because the people at the snowbanks were worried we would get hurt and it would be their fault.

By Sebu

Montréal: Morning Routine

We wake up very early every day because of the construction outside. It feels like an earthquake. Then we have our morning meeting, have breakfast, make lunch, and head out to whatever we are going to do.

By Theo

Whisper stomps on Yik Yak the bullier

Like Whisper Yik Yak is an anonymity app that lets users post anonymous messages. How they compare is that users can post anonymously, you can like a post, it is open to everybody and anybody can reply to a message, it’s main target market is college students/ campuses, and that it has a new/hot function. 358 more words

Social Media

5 Teacher Stereotypes: Are you one of these?

Can you identify yourself or any of your colleagues?

1. The “Cool” Teacher

This teacher is easy to spot. He’s stylishly dressed, and he’s the one getting fist bumps from every student who passes him in the hallway. 596 more words

Teaching