Monthly Archives: February 2008

a thousand views (and counting …)

First of all, thank you to everyone that is checking out this blog occasionally and using it to link to other recommended resources. I really appreciate your attention and value your time. That’s one of the reasons that it’s difficult … Continue reading

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Free tuition; if you can get in (and qualify)

Unfortunately it’s true that along with the cost of gas and housing, the price of a college education has skyrocketed over the past ten to fifteen years. According to one report, as of 2006, the average cost for one year … Continue reading

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Education News

I hope that everyone is enjoying the February break and that it means you have a little time to catch up on some news of the world. Of course, with the political season among us, that means all kinds of … Continue reading

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TED Talks streaming videos

If you have twenty minutes (I hear you groaning) and would love to refresh your sense of curiosity, take a look at the TEDTalk videos. TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) is a group that begin in 1984 as a way … Continue reading

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Black History Month

          I am sorry to be so late with a post about Black History Month. I am not sure how many teachers take some time to discuss this topic, but I haven’t gotten any requests for resources or ideas about … Continue reading

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