Allow me to start with the name as it goes hand in hand with the purpose of this blog. Some years ago my grandma gave me a frames quote for my birthday (the one in the center of the left column of the picture above). 272 more words
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Public education is arguably the most important free social service in the United States. K-12 education is vital, obviously, to having an informed, literate society of citizens who can shape the world around them. 1,094 more words
By Chloe Kannan
This is my third post in a series of entries that chronicle my thoughts on the Sue Lehmann Award, Teach for America’s highest teaching honor. 2,722 more words
Day One (Monday)
I can evaluate the credibility of five online sources by determining the purpose of the website, evaluating the author for credibility or bias, evaluating the evidence used in the article, and determining when the information was last published/updated… 1,988 more words
Welcome to the Hall of Stupid Ideas!
I’ll be your guide through this section of the museum.
Moving past the hall of phrenology, past the flat earth wing and the newly renovated rotunda of climate change denial, we come to one of my favorite displays – … 908 more words