Tag Archives: Learning

Mid-Week Movie #8: Grit

#LocalHero meets #AnOfficerAndAGentleman in this rousing tribute to the Class of 2021. Continue reading

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Your Left (Your Other Left)

At first glance, it’s hard to think of two things further apart than the Army and the Arts, as represented in this case by competitive dancers. A second look shows at least some common ground. Continue reading

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Wooda, Cooda, Shooda

Making learning possible: pricey. Making just-in-time learning possible: priceless. Continue reading

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One Right Answer

Two, four, six, eight. What comes next? If you said, Who do we appreciate?, you may have spent more time at school football and basketball games (rah, rah!) than in math class. Continue reading

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Worth A Thousand Words

Looking (hah!) at the value of visual representations of both data and information – even for those of us pretty much wedded to words.   Where’s your picture? I stood there, stumped.  I had taken my impenetrable calculus problem to … Continue reading

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I’m Sorry (So Sorry)

Two things are needed to learn a language: patience and perseverance. Which of these two virtues matters more, do you think? Continue reading

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But It’s So Easy

Even in English, impatience is the cat that gets my tongue. Working in Spanish just makes it so much better. Continue reading

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Riding Comma Riding Comma

The Highwayman came riding comma riding comma riding comma The Highwayman came riding comma up to the old inn door period Sitting sideways on my twin bed, back literally against the wall, I follow along in a high school English … Continue reading

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