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Demonstrate One Thing During Interviews

The economy that we once knew has shifted. Interviewing has changed too.

In this labour market, It comes as no surprise that employers are looking for candidates with specific attributes. 102 more words

Job Seeker

Search Is Not Solved Yet

The bulk of the progress that took place in search in the last two decades can be traced back to the Web search space. A large part of that comes from the ability of the players in the industry to rapidly translate research outputs from labs into product development and enhancement. 1,542 more words

Blog Posts

Another visitor! And a book!

Today, Susan Palmer floated a different idea: Let’s connect beginning-middle-end with the curriculum. We talked briefly about what would make sense: A story? A painting? A photograph? 820 more words

Teaching

Working with a partner: Mirror me!

One of the most tried and true theater games is mirror, where one person leads and the other follows, with the object being to be so in sync with one’s partner that an outsider cannot tell who is leading. 465 more words

Teaching

Combining Student Council Elections and Our Annual DC Trip

Every year, our 8th Graders go on a trip to Washington DC to explore the nation’s capital. This year’s trip was scheduled very close to the end of the school year, just when lots of year-end details had to be settled. 219 more words