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Looking back, I now see that my father was like someone who had been burned in a horrific fire as a child, and he bore many awful scars from it. Those scars were not easily visible, but if you looked at the cautious, frugal way he lived his life, they become apparent.
He did not spend if he could avoid it; instead, he saved and saved and saved.
Technology is a blessing and a curse As I think about my schooling in the 60s and 70s, I am amazed at the amount of technology available to teachers and students today. Back in my high school days, using a simple four-function calculator in math class was considered cheating. Back then, incorporating technology into a …
For much of the year it seems like we are on a long, dizzying rollercoaster ride full of unexpected and sometimes painful twists and turns.
I know districts wants more direct live instruction, but I don’t know how effective the synchronous model will be when the state is incentivizing asynchronous learning.
Schools are often so overwhelmed by the sheer number of needy students that their concern becomes institutional
We are living in a time when fear, anxiety, depression and economic hardships are crushing down on so many people, and Christians are not immune to those troubles.
Amid the daily grind, many of us will find ourselves thinking about a future, a time or place that is a respite from our present struggles. In the modern terms, it is us going to “our happy place”.
Is teaching and learning behind masks going to be inherently better and more distraction-free than learning online? I would not bet money on that proposition.