Tag Archives: Gaby

I Live In #Chile: A #Reflection on #Writing A #Memoir

When did I begin to write, “I Live In Chile?” It took me twelve years to write this book. The book began writing itself, in my heart, before I was even aware that I was, “writing a book.” This kind … Continue reading

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Diversity in Ithaca: FaceBook as a Professional Learning Network (PLN)

I use FaceBook as a Professional Learning Network (PLN). It evolved that way, without any conscious effort on my part. I am connected with people who share my interests. The picture above was created by TouchGraph on Facebook. It shows … Continue reading

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Does The Language We Speak Shape How We Think?

Does the language we speak shape how we think? I find this question to be an intriguing one. In fact, it was recently the subject of a lively debate at the Economist news magazine. Now, I speak three languages rather … Continue reading

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