Mahalo to Richard Byrne in Free Technology for Teachers for sharing the video "7 Billion" in his latest blog entry. This touches a continuum of my recent viewing of "Climate Refugees." There are so many pathways to innovating for the prevention of suffering, which I believe is the underlying issue for all in our biosystem. … Continue reading Population Influences
Today, I was honored to see, hear, and interact coincidentally with two inspiring Nash-es. First, I attended a presentation by Dr. Rod Nash, author and retired UCSB history Professor who spoke about the dilemmas of our relationship with our world. Then I saw the movie, "Climate Refugees" produced and directed by Michael Nash (www.climaterefugees.com) and … Continue reading A Day of Nash
I was chatting with a colleague today and mentioned that I find myself being anxious at the start of a curricular unit and at the end. This is a very unhelpful tendency as it can delay the start and end of a unit in an already stressed time frame. Why does this happen? Perhaps... -Every … Continue reading PUJ- Pre/Post Unit Jitters
My son and I were trying out the Rosetta Stone software for learning Spanish. It really is a wonderful glimpse into learning. I began my career in education as a Montessori teacher. Maria Montessori was an incredible thinker. The fact that she actually established a method is a great credit to her dedication and care … Continue reading Rosetta Stone Learning
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