Students, Educators, and Sleep (Part One)

There are few sights more precious in this world than a newborn lost in slumber. So tender. So peaceful. So serene. Sometimes I hear people say, "I wish I could sleep like a baby." A comment such as this recognizing that something is not right with sleep in American, for sleep is not only a …

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Words for 2018

You may have noticed on Twitter and elsewhere that folks have started selecting a single word on which to reflect and work in the coming year. Seen as an alternative to traditional start-of-the-year resolutions (which typically are broken quickly), people have taken to Twitter to share their word using the #oneword2018 or #oneword hashtags. Typically …

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Twitter Chats — #LeadUpChat #HackLearning #LuthEd

I have participated in Twitter chats for several years now. However I have not been as faithful in joining these education chats as of late. This weekend was different. As I sat in front of my computer both yesterday morning and today I noticed that several educators I follow were engaged in chats to start …

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FaithEdTech 12.17.2017 Links List

Here are some helpful links that I found this weekend: 5 Good Alternatives to Google Image Search -- Educators and students are always looking for good sources for royalty free images or those with the appropriate Creative Commons status. These links are helpful for anyone wanting to remain in good copyright compliance. 6 Strategies for …

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