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The online life of a Digiholic, Channel Steve currently documents the daily...

 
The Edification of PriscillaThe Edification of Priscilla

Formally known as: Fjeldstrom's Framework for Success. Rambling and ra...

 
No TellingNo Telling

I'm a Generation Joneser teaching Gen Y students, keeping up with agin...

 
Silent CacophonySilent Cacophony

Chase March is an elementary school teacher, a writer, a hip-hop historian,...

 


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The power is in the hands of California voters.In this Nov. 10, 2014 photo, Rosaisela Rodriguez, center, reads with her children Isabel Gutierrez, left, and Rafael Gutierrez, at their home in Pleasant Hill, California. CREDIT: AP/Ben MargotNext week...

During my trip to BC we visited friends on Vancouver Island, a very beautiful and very rainy place this time of year. The City of Nanaimo on Vancouver Island is home to Vancouver Island University (VIU) and Gregory Ball the current chair of fine arts...

This month's Mother Jones examines a shocking statistic: "According to the Albert Shanker Institute, which is funded in part by the American Federation of Teachers, the number of black educators has declined sharply in some of the largest urban schoo...

On Saturday, I had the pleasure to return to Shipston Designs Studio in Wolfville. This was the third workshop in this 3-part series. I am hoping to do another trio of workshops in this beautiful setting next year. This was the largest group, seven p...

If you had asked me a couple of years back what I do for a living, I’d have looked you straight in the eyes and told you straight up, I’m a mom, need I say more? My resume would have included the following description and then some. Nonstop clean...

If you’ve been itching to learn photography but aren’t sure where to start, former Stanford professor and Google teacher Marc Levoy has released his entire course, which includes video lectures, slides, and more online for free.Read more...

The joule can be a confusing enough form of measurement for adults, but the folks over at Adafruit managed to distill how joules work for a younger audience. As these things go, the video’s just as useful for confused adults.Read more...