Dead Wild Roses: Time Management for Teachers

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.

Political Eh-conomy: Political Eh-conomy Radio: In and out of crisis with Sam Gindin

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. Download: podcast-140314-sam-gindin.mp3 Sam Gindin is a left political economist with a long career. ...

calgaryliberal.com: University of Calgary Liberals mentioned in Wikileaks

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 ...

The Scott Ross: Conservatives: Only The Rich Can Benefit From Nonprofits

Conservatives believe Justin Trudeau was wrong to take money from nonprofit organizations because to this government that’s the job for rich investors on Bay Street. According to the Conservatives in power in Ottawa and their recent proposal for social impact bonds the only people who should be making money from nonprofit organizations are financiers, speculators, ...

The Scott Ross: Conservatives: Only The Rich Can Benefit From Nonprofits

Conservatives believe Justin Trudeau is wrong to take money from nonprofit organizations because to them that’s the job of rich investors on Bay Street. According to this current government and its recent announcements on social impact bonds the only people who should be making money from nonprofit organizations are financiers, speculators, and venture capitalists. With ...

The Scott Ross: Canada’s Innovation Is Patent-ly Declining

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. With less and less patents being applied for in Canada, Einstein gives hope, albeit slim to Canada’s dismal ...

mark a rayner | scribblings, squibs & sundry monkey joys: Taxonomy of things

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 →