Monthly Archives: November 2010

Concept Maps: What a concept!

As a former engineer, of the electrical / electronics type (BSEE), and an MBA grad (finance and marketing), I have an affinity for diagrams, especially those with boxes, circles, arrows, and cogent text conveying nearly the “1,000 words” equivalent of … Continue reading

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Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction

My solution to the problem discussed in the article below “Growing Up Digital, Wired for Distraction”:  1) no texting service unless a student brings home what is a stretch for them with grades, i.e., if all C’s is a challenge, then … Continue reading

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Jerry Brown’s ed plan reflects realism toward school reform

Excellent article.  I look forward to the day that we invest in our educational system technologically to the extent we have done so for our military, and other government institutions.  The future security of our nation depends upon graduating a … Continue reading

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