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Asa - SBG (Satan Be Gone)

Bukola Elemide known as “Asa” pronounced “Asha”, born in September 1982 Paris (France).

Asa is a young and talented Nigerian singer.At the age of two, her parents returned with her from Paris to the atlantic city of Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria.She spent her formative years in the city of Jos, Plateau State, northern region of Nigeria before returning to Lagos at the age of 18. 57 more words


Thoughts That Keep Me Up at Night

I have been thinking a lot about grading, assessment, and the meaning behind these to both teachers and students. I have read Dan Meyer, … 1,031 more words

Algebra II

SBG: From Standards to Student

I am preparing for an upcoming workshop on taking standards into a SBG system and am also trying to experiment with visual sketchnotes. Any and all feedback would be greatly appreciated. 40 more words


Big Ideas for my Classroom

Every successful person, team, organization, and company has goals.  After weeks of reading and learning I have come to some conclusion for goals for my classroom.   726 more words


I'm starting to feel uncomfortable...

I’ve been exploring lots of adjustments to my teaching this year. Student-centered learning, new topic sequence, standards-based grading, more writing, less lecturing, the list goes on. 136 more words

OPG's strong 2014 results: aka how I made OPG $243 million

This was first posted on my coldaircurrents site  – which I use for posting found items of interest. This post went beyond pointing out OPG’s 2014 results, with enough of an edge I’m double posting it here. 1,074 more words


Shot with XF 23mm.

When it comes to travel magazines, one rises about the rest; Conde Nast Traveller.
A luxury travel magazine that is aim at the upmarket and independent traveller. 520 more words