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Nov 12 2012
“Now the real work starts as we start actively working with the Collaborative Problem Solving Approach (CPS) at our school.”
“If you’re a hardworking teacher who finds that the “official” budget just doesn’t cut it most of the time, it may be in your best interest to get up early and fight the crowds on one of the biggest sale days of the year—Black Friday. ”
“Educational bloggers blogging about things that need to be changed… This isn’t a post to read from start to finish. Instead, pick a topic that may challenge the status quo in your school or district and dig in. Read, tweet, share, write your own post, comment… it is fodder for YOU to challenge the status quo!”
“This is a batch of useful lesson plans created by Google Education specifically for teachers. These lesson plans are completely free and range in difficulty from beginner, intermediate to advanced. they also cover a wide range of topics . You can also check out this lesson plan map to have a preliminary idea of what to expect in these lessons.”
MyShoebox is a new photo storage and sharing service that has been making a splash after launching a little over a week ago. Its offering is easy to describe: free and unlimited cloud storage for photos that can then be viewed from anywhere. Think of it as a Dropbox dedicated to preserving and enjoying photos.
The popularity of Android has been on a slow but steady rise. If you aren’t using an iPhone, then your options are pretty limited: Blackberry for the business folk, Android for the everyday iPhone equivalent, then Windows Phone for the rest. Of those 3 alternatives, Android is the most popular. So if you’re just starting off with an Android device, you probably have a few questions on how to proceed.
Sep 02 2012
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Aug 09 2012
History of Marketing Infographic
Jul 22 2012
We have so many books that we have some of them shelved in the hallway outside our top floor apartment. One of our young junkies-about-town, who also is a bibliophile I guess, came in while we were riding our bikes a couple of weeks ago and stole two of them including a signed, limited edition Lawrence Block. We know it was him as he came back the same morning, after my wife noticed the theft, while I was doing bike maintenance and asked if it was a bookstore. He was thoroughly addled and very much at a loss. After I sent him packing, we went to the bookstore and told David, the proprietor at Mystery On Main Street about the incident, hoping he might at least get another copy of A Drop Of he Hard Stuff. He contacted ‘Larry’ whose e-mail reply was hilarious, “I wonder about the thief’s judgment” (we read it over David’s shoulder this afternoon). He then sent off another signed copy for my wife!
And who do you think passed us on the sidewalk as we were on our way back to the apartment from making our purchases? My wife leaned close and winked at me, and said, “Hide the book.”
The other book was her Nursing School psych text ( go figure)!