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  1. sandramardene

    WILDFIRE! I’ve lived through a hurricane, the Columbus…

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    WILDFIRE! I’ve lived through a hurricane, the Columbus Day Storm of 1962, a number of disastrous Silver Freezes, but overwhelmingly, my memories are of wildfires. Wildfires are living entities, a ferocious predator. Forests can’t run, and you can fee...
  2. Ben Rimes

    Is Stoicism Appropriate in Ed Tech?

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    I’m supposed to be an educational technology cheerleader for my school district. I’m supposed to champion the unrestrained exploration and adaptation of technology in all areas of K-12 learning. I’m supposed to network with individuals that have an insatiable curiosity and enthusiasm for educational technology in all of its many forms. And yet, the older I […]
  3. Ben Rimes

    Is Stoicism Appropriate in Ed Tech?

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    I’m supposed to be an educational technology cheerleader for my school district. I’m supposed to champion the unrestrained exploration and adaptation of technology in all areas of K-12 learning. I’m supposed to network with individuals that have an insatiable curiosity and enthusiasm for educational technology in all of its many forms. And yet, the older I […]
  4. Ben Rimes

    Reinventing Historical Propaganda Through Memes

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      Providing hands-on challenges and tasks in History classes can be difficult; sure, economic simulations, debates,  and reenactments of significant events can all “juice” up a lesson or unit, but as a Social Studies minor, I encountered a lot more discussion and lecture-based History courses that I’d like to admit. So in the vein of […]
  5. Ben Rimes

    Reinventing Historical Propaganda Through Memes

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      Providing hands-on challenges and tasks in History classes can be difficult; sure, economic simulations, debates,  and reenactments of significant events can all “juice” up a lesson or unit, but as a Social Studies minor, I encountered a lot more discussion and lecture-based History courses that I’d like to admit. So in the vein of […]

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