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On Writing: 10th Anniversary Edition: A Memoir of the Craft [Paperback]

Stephen King’s books have sold over 350 million copies. That’s 350 million reasons to consider that he must have extensive knowledge about how to write a book. In fact, he’s got 20 rules, which is what this post is really … Continue reading

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Essays On Education: When One Teaches Two Learn (My Next Project)

I would like to introduce you to my next project (my 59th book), a book I’ve been planning to write for a long time (really). As you can see, it’s already got its cover, so I’m serious about this book. … Continue reading

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A Personal Message & A Catalog of Paperback Books

As an indie author, when you have written the book, the easy part of the process is completed. The more complex part comes next, namely, the self marketing of the book, or, in my case, the book(s). There are a … Continue reading

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Most Studious: Personal Essay Genre

Most Studious: A Collection of Personal Essays Most Studious on Amazon Kindle For more than four hundred years, the personal essay has been one of the richest and most vibrant of all literary forms. Distinguished from the detached, formal essay … Continue reading

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#Edcamp Santiago: Mob Rule Learning: Camps, Unconferences, and Trashing the Talking Head

http://www.eventbis.com/edcamp Librarian and Blogger Michelle Boule Challenges the Stale Traditions of Conferences Medford, NJ (PRWEB) October 31, 2011 Information Today, Inc. (ITI) announced the publication of Mob Rule Learning: Camps, Unconferences, and Trashing the Talking Head by author, blogger and … Continue reading

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Debating the Horrific: Right to Die is the Ultimate Personal Freedom?

Free Ebook: Teaching Debate in Chile http://slidesha.re/cSVP9N Se desarrollaron dos jornadas, en Llanquihue y Osorno, donde 8 establecimientos debatieron sobre el derecho a morir 28 / septiembre / 2011 fuente: http://bit.ly/p9YAGg En el salón del DEPROV Llanquihue y en el … Continue reading

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#CCK11 – 11 Minutes of Radio DS106: How Did We Get Here? #ELTchat

Today we look at the path to arrive at where connectivism theory is at today. Before going further, I want to take full responsibility for any inaccuracy, omissions, or errors in the notes that follow. They represent my own imperfect … Continue reading

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Connectivism & Connected Knowledge Explained by George Siemens

What could education be like? What should education be like? Now, compare your answer(s) to what education IS like, in your school, in your university, in your place of learning, in your children’s school, in your grandchildren’s school, in your … Continue reading

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Why Blog? No One Actually Reads Blogs Anymore, Do They? 2010 In Review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads This blog is on fire!. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet … Continue reading

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Change The World – Just An Empty Phrase? Let’s Change The World!

How many times have you read or heard the phrase, “Change the World”? A thousand? A hundred-thousand? A million? A billion? Have we used it so much, over and over again, that there is no common understanding anymore of what … Continue reading

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