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Misconceptions about online students

Good afternoon,

Just like I did in my last post, I want to apologize for waiting so long to publish! It’s that time of year in higher education, of course — commencements and other busy activities. 450 more words

General Education

'Sounding out ELT hiring policies in South Korea' by Martin Sketchley

I started my English language teaching career soon after completing my undergraduate degree in 2005. South Korea appeared to be a wonderful opportunity, as all you needed to qualify as an English language teacher was to be a Native English Speaker (NS), hold a degree in any subject from an English-speaking country and be willing to travel half-way across the world. 1,441 more words




“Imaam Abu Yusuf said: ‘I said to Imaam Abu Hanifah: When you say about something: ‘It is Makrooh to me’, then what do you mean thereby?’ He (Imaam Abu Hanifah) said: “Tahreem” (i.e. 1,583 more words


It's a Pro-Pancreas World Out There

I recently commented on a FaceBook post for a young person doing a research paper for about diabetes stereotypes for a college course. The researcher wanted to know about experienes that T1Ds have endured based on stereotypes. 809 more words


Algebraic Thinking

Algebraic Thinking

site shared by Darren Ford in his presentation on Math tools at the iPad PD in-service; you can become a member; it includes an encyclopedia of algebraic thinking, a Tech section with links to various online tools and apps, forums, and modules (some of which you can only access once you become a member)

Bigotry Comment

I not only read articles but, by the magic of the internet, I read some of the comments too. This one was to an article in Pink News “ 185 more words


Have you ever looked into the mirror

Just to see all your imperfections staring back at you?

Have you ever felt worthless and out of place… 172 more words