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Drinking the Teacher Kool-Aid (Pt. 1)

I look around the room and see every kind of middle schooler: Unkempt or everything in place, tube socks and shorts or Abercrombie and Hollister, kiddos in athletic clothes and then some in something unique. 543 more words

Rafa Antonio: Prayers in Dance

Right at home!

That was exactly how I felt the minute we were welcomed to the Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu last January 18. We weren’t being “kapal” or anything. 945 more words


#SubTweets of the Revolution

Here is a little insight into how the American Revolution may of gone if the founding fathers had Twitter.

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Social Studies

Calculus for the Aspiring Mind

By Joe Pickett, OCW Publication Director

Two MIT mathematics professors have designed a new online series of short introductory calculus courses for high school students and recent graduates. 199 more words

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Little League Educational Mentality: A Celebration of Mediocracy

A few years ago my nephew informed me he was going to a banquet for his football team. Months later during basketball season he informed me that he didn’t want to go to a banquet for basketball. 196 more words

Higher Education

The Case for Homework

Kevin Gannon (Grand View University; Twitter:@TheTattoedProf) wrote an excellent rebuttal to an essay published in the New York Time recently. Mark Bauerlein, himself also a professor ( 3,955 more words