Monthly Archives: June 2012

A facelift and a bit of insight…

I’ve been tired of my WordPress theme for a while. It’s not that it was bad; it just got old, so I’ve changed it to something a little more “me.” (: I’m also making it a point to post more … Continue reading

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An Ice-breaker with a tech twist: An interactive “Where I’m From” collage

I teach sixth grade – a very tumultuous, confusing, and anxious year for students. It’s in middle school that students really begin constructing a personal identity, and this is an activity I do at the beginning of the year to … Continue reading

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Ignorance and the Internet, Part I: A Culture of Facts

This past April 15 marked the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic, and while many people were aware of the historic real-life event that was commemorated that day, there was a small population of Twitter users who … Continue reading

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