Required Readings

Required Readings, 5 September 2013

The mystery of women…in science. Jury sides with deaf medical student. Social media informing college choice. Good morning, teachers and learners! Here are today’s required readings. Mystery of the Missing Women in Science – Natalie Angier examines the stereotypes and barriers to having more girls enter the science fields. Deaf …

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CultureFeatured

Students, Privacy, and Social Networks: The Game!

Anna’s recent post on Queereka about Christine Love‘s new Visual Novel had salutary (if unintended) effect of reminding me that I have had another of Love’s games, don’t take it personally, babe, but it just ain’t your story, sitting in my “to-play” queue for several months. I just finished playing …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 4 July 2013

Greetings, teachers and learners! Did you enjoy your bratwursts and fireworks? Or if you’re in the UK, did you shake your fists at “the one that got away”? Regardless, I’ve got some required reading for you to complete. Better late than never. And I know you’ve been waiting all day …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 18 April 2013

Good morning teachers and learners! I’ve gathered your required readings for today. There won’t be a quiz, but I’ll give extra credit those who meaningfully participate in the discussion. West Virginia High School student asks for injunction against principle after abstinence speaker – Article on entire situation at the West …

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Pop QuizSecondary Education

Pop Quiz – Hey Sir, Are You On Facebook?

“Are you on Facebook?”   Work with teenagers long enough and this question is sure to rear its head. The answer, of course, is always “I’m not cool enough for that” and that’s usually enough to snip the discussion. In fact, most of them are depressingly eager to accept that …

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