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Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., “What Is Your Life’s Blueprint?”

Rarely seen footage of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to students at Barratt Junior High School in Philadelphia on October 26, 1967, where he delivered his speech “What Is Your Life’s Blueprint?” “Thank you very kindly. Principal, Mr. Williams, Members … Continue reading

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#MondayBlogs AuthorInterview: B. Roman (aka Barbara Roman), Author of “The Moon Singer Series” #ASMSG

  Thomas: Today I’m here with Barbara Roman, who writes under the pen name of “B. Roman.” Welcome to my blog Barbara. Barbara: Thank you for inviting me Thomas. It’s a pleasure to be here. TJB: Barbara, let’s jump right … Continue reading

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19 Inspirational #Quotes From Nelson Mandela

** Today I have been thinking about Nelson Mandela. I saw a picture of him holding the World Cup trophy in his hand. It made me reflect not on football (soccer), but on his incredible wisdom. That is why I … Continue reading

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5-Star Review:★★★★★#Guilty: The Inside #Truth by Bonita Fahy #ASMSG #IAN1 #BYNR

I bought GUILTY: THE INSIDE TRUTH by Bonita Fahy http://t.co/efaEgLfAD8 on the strength of @profesortbaker review: http://t.co/Ov2DeUOidX — Ceri London (@CeriLondon) January 14, 2014 Consciousness Leads to Change: Redemption & Transformation “Consciousness leads to change”, is how I would sum … Continue reading

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How to Teach the Art of Writing

The Art of Writing combines process and product, with powerful imagery, and insights from the Masters of Art and Literature to inspire writers of all ages. In the end, writing is one part inspiration and nine parts perspiration. Inspiration without … Continue reading

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“Ganas”: Jaime Escalante (“Stand and Deliver”) & Excellence

Blogging allows me to do several things. First and foremost, it allows me to reflect on my teaching practice. There are times, however, when what I need is not reflection, but inspiration. In such a time, my blog allows me … Continue reading

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Heart of a Teacher by Paula Fox

The child arrives like a mystery box… with puzzle pieces inside some of the pieces are broken or missing… and others just seem to hide But the HEART of a teacher can sort them out… and help the child to … Continue reading

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Rose Gilbert: Teaching Inspiration

Rose Gilbert. Who is Rose Gilbert? Why should I, or any other teacher for that matter, be inspired by Rose Gilbert? Read on, and after reading, I shall ask again: Why should we be inspired by Rose Gilbert? Rose Gilbert … Continue reading

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A Past and A Future: A Connectivist Interviews Penny Lockwood Ehrenkranz (#CCK11) (#ELTChat) (#sirken)

Penny Lockwood Ehrenkranz, talking about A Past and A Future, a collection of sixteen short stories. This book is available in print at http://www.genremall.com/anthologiesr.htm#pastfuture Connectivism. A learning theory for a digital age. I store my knowledge in my friends. Me: … Continue reading

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Global Networks and Geo-Diversity:Re-Presenting My Professional Learning Networks (#CCK11)

Geo-Diversity. A geodiverse network of professional learners. The more diverse, in terms of global coverage, the stronger the likelihood of having access to some of the most brilliant minds in the world within my professional interests, namely the teaching of … Continue reading

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