Like Dylan on faceboook: http://www.facebook.com/dylangarity Dylan Garity, performing at the 2013 National Poetry Slam for Minneapolis’s SlamMN! TEXT OF POEM…
Kid President believes we’re all teachers and we’re all students. What are you teaching the world? Who are you learning from? Share this with a special teach…
"The fact that someone else loves you doesn’t rescue you from the project of loving yourself."
This song feels like an anthem for my very recent transition to CR :) Adding it to my life’s playlist… (I should really make one of those…)
This time of year, you’ll find teacher check-lists galore, but, beyond setting up your room, sending home an introduction letter, and organizing your classroom library, here are five things that you can add to that to-do list that will pay off down the line.
#1: Prep Your…
Some blessed, benevolent soul who we only know as YouTube user Eric S has gone and created what will undoubtedly be the best 11 minutes and 38 seconds of your dayâa compilation video of the best Vines of 2013 so far. And you’re going to wish it never had to end.
Did you know that the perfect temperature for happiness is 13.9C Adjust your thermostat then check out these quick tips for maximizing mirth.
Superbabies. How do you think they would impact our efforts to close the achievement gap?
Do you have a business card?
Especially if I start subbing, I feel like it would be necessary to have one.
What would you put on it? Is Vistaprint legit?
When looking for a job and subbing, I had some great cards made by VistaPrint that had my license and contact information on them. Attached it to lesson plans when I subbed. Not a bad idea.
Every point in this article is a valuable lesson I need to remember. I’ve already flubbed “A New Job a Year Isn’t a Good Thing.” Whoops!
Call me a curmudgeon, but at 34, how I came up seems so different from what this millennial generation expects. I made a lot of mistakes along the way, and I see this generation making their own. In response, here are my 20 Things 20-Year-Olds Don
Video Shows How “Blurred Lines” Would Be If Genders Were Swapped
The odds of rising to another income level are notably low in certain cities, like Atlanta and Charlotte, and much higher in New York and Boston.
“Income mobility was also higher in areas with more two-parent households, better elementary schools and high schools, and more civic engagement, including membership in religious and community groups.”
Also, the infographics in this article are not only telling, but amazingly specific!