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Handling a Bad Report Card

When unschooling, our children have the benefit of not being marked or evaluated by someone other than his own self-evaluation.  But what happens if unschooled children decide to take a course because they have an interest or wish to enter a post-secondary stream? 692 more words


Big Challenges for Testing Today's Wearable Devices

Wearable devices have become a commodity; devices act as fitness and health trackers, work and lifestyle guides as well as medical monitors.  According to The Business Insider the “global wearables market will grow at a compound annual rate of 35% over the next 5 years”.    132 more words


What does "college-ready" mean anyway?

Discussions in education have become a veritable Tower of Babel with enough acronyms to make any bowl of Alphabits soup a solid summary of every school’s August professional development. 997 more words


Damn the skeletons! Open the closet.

One might be tempted to think that only readers find surprises in a memoir. But if the writer incorporates some genealogical research, he or she is just as likely to stumble onto little-known, if not completely forgotten, family lore. 599 more words


Redbox Testing New Digital Movie Rental Service With Customers

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

Known for its DVD rental kiosks, Redbox has dubbed its latest online service “Redbox Digital”, which comes two years after the company shut down… 412 more words


Day 25/30 of the Testing Challenge

Beginning of the week again and this is the last one of the Challenge! Still excited about it? Me, too!

For today, day 25, we have to: 162 more words