Code to Story Glory

  I work in a bilingual environment and there are more passports from the local language than from foreign languages. English is a challenge for all grade levels with about 50% of each class...

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That was then…

Earlier this school year, we were discussing the fire drill on our campus. The teacher in charge basically crammed onto one slide and there were about 10 slides. To top it off, they were...

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No Filter

I had many fond memories of my undergraduate days at Syracuse University. Little did I realize that the most stressful days of having to go tot he library to find all the information to...

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What you see is what you GET!

Visual literacy is another passion of mine. While I studied IT Usability for my Post Graduate Degree (PgD), I moved into the marketing and advertising fields before I decided to become a teacher. I...

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Have you heard of Anthony Weiner?

Over the past couple years you might have heard about the man with the name mentioned in the title of this blog.  He is the epitome of why parents hesitate to give their teenage...

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Fair what?

This post will be interesting because I live in a country where intellectual property is clearly not respected. Perhaps this has started, but my experience from my day to day sightings indicate that most...

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