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Winter is a perfect time to curl up with a good book and voyage through time.
Imagine with me the last vacation that you went on as a family. You had a specific destination in mind; you had a path of travel all mapped out, and you had specific things that you wanted to see when you arrived. You calculated precisely when you would leave, and when you would get there. …
Recently, I engaged in a small discussion with some SMS students who were talking about how nice it is to live in the country away from so many people—especially weird people. I’ve lived in cities almost half of my life and enjoy cities, but it was now obvious that my enjoyment of living in cities…
In 1956, Benjamin Bloom developed a classification of different levels of behavior in learning. The six levels of learning that he identified are knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. These levels are designed to show how a person can take information and use it or process it to a different level. The goal in…