Need more learning and less stress in the classroom? What you do behind the scenes can make or break your work day. :> Being a fan of organization strategies, this video makes me happy on several levels. Enjoy.
Filed under: Education Tagged: Helpful Hints, Organization, Teaching, The School Year is coming.
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Today’s podcast is a feature interview with fellow political economist Sam Gindin. I interrogate Sam about the political economy of the present: the exit from the 2007 crisis, the role of states, austerity, the place of finance and the possibilities of resistance.
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Turns out the Young Liberals at the University of Calgary is seen as an organization of real influence by the US State Department. Below is a quote from Wikileaks that talks about how the UofC Liberals were able to influence the policy of the party and shake up a whole other party. 6. (SBU) The . . . → Read More: calgaryliberal.com: University of Calgary Liberals mentioned in Wikileaks
Starting in 1902, Albert Einstein spent seven years as a Swiss patent clerk, not only did it pay well but his “cobbler’s trade” as he referred to it, gave him ample time to do his scientific work.
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Taxonomy of Things, a photo by lunchbreath on Flickr. This is extremely helpful, but the taxonomy is not complete. I believe it should also include the following, which can be slotted in existing branches: thingamabob thingamajig junk junk ‘n stuff … Continue reading →
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