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Collecting Twitter Data using the twitteR package in Rstudio

Last week, I wrote a blog post about collecting data using Tweepy in Python. Like usual, I decided to recreate my work in R, so that I can compare my experience using different analytical tools. 974 more words

Google Blog: Now students can create their own VR tours

Google Blog: Now students can create their own VR tours . “…we’re introducing Tour Creator, which enables students, teachers, and anyone with a story to tell, to make a VR tour using imagery from Google Street View or their own 360 photos. 42 more words

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Sven Birkerts: On Writing, the Distractions of Technology, and Iota

An interview conducted by Sarah Einstein,

Essayist Sven Birkerts writes often and compellingly in defense of the artfulness of the essay and its ability to connect us to the sublime. 1,571 more words

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Homeschool Conferences

Homeschool conferences are a great place to touch and see amazing books your kids will love, and get good advice for your particular situation. Here are some highlights from the events we attended in MB, AB, BC and ON. Did we see you there?

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Day! Here's a SALE For You!

Happy Teacher Appreciation Day! Whether you’re a home school teacher, tutor, specialized instructor, traditional classroom teacher, aide, assistant, in the administration department, or teach elective courses – this is a day celebrating… 155 more words

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Introduction to Shakespeare lesson - My Shakespeare

I enjoy teaching Shakespeare – which is good as I cover it with all of my classes every year!

This is an introductory lesson using ‘My Shakespeare’ by Kate Tempest. 61 more words


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