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SPLOT You’re a Rich Text Field

I’m SPLOT tinkering and feel a wave of totally un-necessary but irresistible song plays… How does it feel to be One of the beautiful splots How often have you added video Often enough to know What did you format when you were there Everything that WordPress can Captions you’re a rich text Captions you’re a […]

Sentence completion games (TEFLtastic classics part two) redux

Just after previously writing about sentence completion guessing games, I realised that the sentence stems were perfect for a bluffing game in which students completed the sentences with a mix of true and made up info – especially useful if students … Continue reading ?

Dear NYC Educator:

I'm a nursing mom and I work as a dean. It's a tough job, sometimes, because I'm always moving. I get really, really thirsty. My doctor says I have to stay hydrated at all times. So I carry this big water bottle everywhere I go. I drink water almost constantly.My principal has become very upset that I carry the water bottle. Show More Summary

Doctors-in-training are growing extremely nervous about the lack of opportunities

Opinion: A growing number of students are finding that the expense and effort of studying to be a doctor may be in vain because they are unable to secure a residency spot The post Doctors-in-training are growing extremely nervous about the lack of opportunities appeared first on Macleans.ca.

The Gaining Popularity and Use of Digital Magazines in Academic Libraries

Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2018, 3PM-4PM ET / 12PM-1PM PT This session will focus on how digital magazines are gaining popularity with students and educators for use inside and outside the library. There will be case studies, approaches to implementation, strategies for selection of digital magazine titles, and recommendations for vendors. Register Now!

Notes for #NetNarr

Gee whatever happened to venerable “yellowed lecture notes” that profs supposedly rely on decade after decade? I dunno. I don’t have a yellow pad. Tuesday was the first class of my Networked Narratives class at Kean University. It was more than wild and thrilling last year when I co-taught with Mia Zamora; she was in […]

Stephen King ‘horrified’ by loss of his manuscripts in bookstore flooding

Topic: Book Stores Gerald Winters’ bookstore, which specializes in rare and limited edition copies of King’s books, was among the handful of businesses damaged by flooding from the broken pipe in front of 46 Main St. “I’m horrified. As a book lover, my heart goes out to him,” King told the Bangor Daily News on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Editors’ Spring Picks: 34 Titles To Wave a Flag About

From bone-chilling true crime to poignant family dramas to delightful romantic romps, these 34 picks are top-of-list for the LJ review editors.

ANTH101 v 3.ish

“You cannot think your way into a new way of living. You have to live your way into a new way of thinking.” – Mike Wesch You can’t beat that quote as a way to frame a course and it’s nice to consider how digital content supports that kind of perspective on learning/living. Show More Summary

Video Story Problem – Hours & Hours of Snowblowing!

It’s 2018, there’s a ridiculous amount of snow swirling around the United States, and I haven’t blogged in a couple of months….that must mean it’s time for a video story problem! I’ve complained about snow in previous video story problems, but for this one it wasn’t so much complaining as it was…..oh hell, it was […]

Clark County Union Dispute Goes to Trial

Motions to dismiss were rejected by a Clark County judge in the ongoing dispute between the Clark County Education Association and its parent unions, the Nevada State Education Association and the National Education Association. Both...Show More Summary

Higher Ed’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good Year: Let’s Help Make 2018 Better | From the Bell Tower

American higher education came under attack in 2017 as the political, cultural, and social divisions in our society widened. It stood accused of forcing liberal politics on students, hampering free speech on campus, and fostering an environment of incivility in and beyond the classroom. Show More Summary

TEA Violated Federal Laws – Corrective Action Ordered!

In 2016, investigative reporter Brian Rosenthal broke a story in Texas and wrote a series of articles for the Houston Chronicle that rocked the world of special education far beyond Continue Reading ?

I’ll Be There for You | Office Hours

Budgets are tight. For many, webinars and online conferences have been a primary professional development tool of late. Attending a keynote is as easy as sitting down at your desk and plugging in headphones. But when there is money for...Show More Summary

The Frankenstein Bicentennial | Book Pulse

Celebrating the 200th anniversary of Frankenstein while more modern classics head to the screen.

UFT Delegate Assembly January 17, 2018--Black Lives May or May Not Matter--Let's Not Go Out on a Limb

4:33 Mulgrew tells us to settle down. I’m eating popcorn with Mike Schirtzer.Moment of silence for Doris Escaros, chapter leader from Queens. Mulgrew, optimistic, welcomes us to February DA. Corrects himself, thanks us for not demanding a snow day today. Show More Summary

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