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What Walking My Dog Taught Me About Teaching

Every morning the time rolls around where I need to get myself out of bed and walk Becca. No matter what time it is, she is always ready to go outside. 845 more words


Oh Hey! I'm back!

Well hello everyone!! I hope I still have followers :)

Oh my goodness,  well the life of a first year has very little time for breathing let alone blogging ;) 167 more words

Standardized Testing, Large Scale Testing, and the Politics of High Stakes Education

Mention “standardized testing” today and most people recoil. But they shouldn’t. Not necessarily. Not because I think the SAT is great and that No Child Left Behind was good. 392 more words


Rest day

Today I took a short, slow run between school ending and my youngest getting off the bus.  My colleague joined me on the little jaunt and it was rather lovely.   95 more words


Raiders' Donald Penn on Bills' Lorenzo Alexander: 'Lorenzo's been good'

Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Lorenzo Alexander appeared on 95.7 The GAME Friday morning to talk about facing his former team the Oakland Raiders this week. 254 more words

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Guest Post: On Writing a Film Review

Jacob Lusk is a Jacksonville, Florida native, a high school English teacher, and an amateur film critic, who writes about movies on his blog,  The Panned Review… 1,337 more words


My postgraduate offer for 2017/1: Designing IT Research for Impact

I’ll offer, next semester, the subject “IA376 — Topics in Computer Engineering VII — Class D: Designing IT Research for Impact” to the postgraduate students at FEEC/UNICAMP. 481 more words