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Dear Don,

Thank you for your article. I am a French teacher at the American School of New Delhi and I am currently preparing a COETAIL program (Certificate of educational technology and information literacy) . 627 more words


Chapter 89: She Went to Sweet Briar

I’m  back to blogging sooner than I expected because I heard we are losing  Sweet Briar College….

It has taken me a week to digest this and I still can’t believe it.  1,651 more words

The Importance of World Languages and Intercultural Competence

The national debate about education seems omnipresent in the media, whether on TV or the radio, in newspapers and magazines, or in social media, from Facebook to Twitter, and more. 687 more words


Media’s portrayal of Assange has been shameful, says WikiLeaks Spokesperson

WikiLeaks Spokesperson Kristinn Hrafnsson has slammed the media’s portrayal of Julian Assange as being shameful, incorrect and a “betrayal to the consumers and readers of mainstream media.” 596 more words


Turn Turn Turn —

Trigger warning: Brief mention of weight loss.

Stars, please shine the way for me
Show the one that I have followed
To see how far I’ve come. 2,256 more words


Lived Experience: Part 2 —

Trigger warning: Discussion of weight, eating disorders, health and weight loss.

Yesterday, we heard from seven women who shared their experiences with the social determinants of health (SDH) and how it has affected their self-care. 1,713 more words


Lived Experience: Part 1 —

Serious trigger warning: Frank discussion of health, weight loss, weight loss surgery and eating disorders.

When I first began putting together a roundtable of Health at Every Size® (HAES) experts to discuss the social determinants of health (SDH), several people recommended that it would be valuable to have a similar roundtable with people who have felt the negative impact of the SDH. 4,847 more words