From Thursday’s inbox… Trouble viewing this email? View it on the web. Distance Teaching & Learning Certificates Designing Digital Teaching and Learning for Theological Educators Jan 29‑May 6 • $1,195 Gain a strong foundation in essential knowledge and skills for online instruction, contextualized for those teaching in a theological setting. In this course, you will learn about the core […]
I know you. I see you, my yogi friend. You want to be a better person, you want to do good. And maybe – like many of us – you think that doing better means that you have to work harder. But here’s the irony: at some point, you have to work less to move […]
Pan God of nature, the wild, shepherds, flocks, of mountain wilds, and is often associated with sexuality Pan teaching his eromenos, the shepherd Daphnis, to play the pan flute, Roman copy of Greek original c. 100 BCE, found in Pompeii, Abode Arcadia Symbol Pan flute, goat Personal information Consort Syrinx, Echo, Pitys Children Silenos, Iynx, Krotos, Xanthus (out of Twelve) Parents many variations including: Hermesand Driope, Aphrodite, […]
Coming into this course, when I think of the word “literacy,” I think if a person’s ability to read words and their ability to understand what they read as well as be able to write. I think that is the basic idea around it, but this course is going to expand my horizon on the […]
We are in a season that has been challenging yet truly God-filled. Being in the ministry is extremely tough work. There are days that can be frustrating, hurt-filled, agonizing and downright exhausting both mentally and physically. There are days that you feel free, wonderful, filled with praise and worship and like this is as close […]
2019 is a year of enlightenment and change! We’re 19 days into the new year, and so far, I’ve discovered a new love for the things in my life. I’ve learned what it means to let go of the past, and embrace who I am, and to indulge in the presence of the people I […]
As always, we started with story time to emphasize the importance of the library and reading. We chose Snowflake Bentley by Jacqueline Briggs Martin, illustrated by Mary Azarian, about Wilson Bentley, a man from Vermont (just up the way from us here in NY), and his quest to capture images of snowflakes. You can listen […]
While some people are busy beating the drums about India clocking a 7.3% GDP growth, GST collection being at an all-time high, etc., I’m worried about the abysmally execrable state of India’s healthcare, environment, education and employment. Shakespeare once said “Now is the winter of discontent/Made glorious summer by this son of York”, which means […]
Much like au pair jobs, teaching English can vary based on the place you mean to call home. To be able to be accepted you want to show that your English is of an adequate level. The Chinese feel English is very important to them because it permits them to represent their country positively to […]
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Richard Tutt doesn’t look like a tyrant. Friendly and affable, he speaks calmly and quietly rather than bellowing like a drill sergeant.
Yet it wasn’t long ago that the head teacher felt the full force of a backlash from parents who set up a Facebook campaign to pillory his efforts to improve discipline at a failing school.
He was even accused of turning Magna Academy in Poole, Dorset, into a ‘concentration camp’ – an accusation he admits marked the lowest point in his battle to transform it.
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A Catholic school in Kentucky has condemned a group of their students after being molested in a video that became virulent on Saturday when they harassed a Native American in Vietnam. The students, many of whom wore "Make America Great Again" caps from the private, all-male Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills, were at […]
I’ve spoken about anti-minimalism and how I overcame the hype of the new trend in previous posts. Today I want to talk about regular mom frustrations and how to address them and also how to find a “why” to lead to real change. Wanting something has to be preceded by a strong reason for wanting […]
A crowd of teenagers surrounded a Native American elder and other activists and mocked them after Friday’s Indigenous Peoples March at the Lincoln Memorial.
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
This year I challenged myself to learn as much as I could about the News Literacy skills needed to navigate in this “fake news,” “alternative facts,” and mis- and dis-information overloaded era we find ourselves in. To that end, I spent the summer learning as much as I could about News Literacy. I started the […]