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The instructor in my high school English class was rather dry. She would drone on about difference between past and subjunctive verbs, and participles, and gerunds. She was a well read and well traveled person. On the side wall she had … Continue reading
Imagine a group of athletes from different sport that all have a general idea about playing positions in the other sports. However, they have little to no idea how their skills stack up against other in their group, whom they … Continue reading
When secondary students think about collaboration on the Internet, it might mean spreading news about a party using Facebook, or spending a night battling in StarCraft with players across the continent. Throw the word “education” into the mix and they … Continue reading