Monthly Archives: November 2012

Teaching Students How To Value Failure

How do you teach a student that a certain amount of failure is an essential part of their education? How do you convince a student that s/he will be a better human being by having experienced failure? How do you … Continue reading

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Why I love Evernote

I am not sure what I would do without Evernote. I was disturbingly excited when I downloaded the new version, and I was all too pleased with how well it works. In all seriousness, I do believe that Evernote helps … Continue reading

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Greek Drama in the History Classroom

During the last few days, I have used some Greek plays as part of my unit on Classical Greece. We have read excerpts from plays and though I have done this for the past couple of years, it is only … Continue reading

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