Saw this over the weekend. Oh Twilight…
It teaches us to say “No” to ungodliness and worldly passions, and to live self-controlled, upright and godly lives in this present age… http://bit.ly/17FOmxe
This is my Top-15 of my all-time favorite books (in order of most favorite). Each are great reads & highly recommended.
Looks like a pretty cool new iPad children’s game…
I really want to stay out of this debate largely because I’m extremely conflicted. This, however, is a very thoughtful response to the question of homosexual marriage.
Class Presentations, Part 5
This particular week, Godwin presented on the Summerville Integrated Model, Heather presented on Behaviorism and Instructional design, and Beth discussed project-based learning.
If you haven’t read the Da Vinci Code yet, this is your chance. Get the Kindle version for free until March 24. Get the other ebook formats for free on his site. (Link goes to Amazon.)
Really interesting question being debated on Quora: How did IE (Internet Explorer) get to be so bad?
Class Presentations, Part 4
This week, we had two presentations by Susan, who presented on TPACK (I think) and Kash, who presented on inquiry-based learning.
Oh this is so awesome. Search “Do the Harlem Shake” on Youtube. They’ve added a really cool easter egg. (Or, just click the link.)