Monthly Archives: February 2012

Dealing with Discouragement

“Discouragement and failure are two of the surest stepping stones to success.”  (Dale Carnegie) An old legend describes the devil prospering as a result of many global wars. Convinced of his victory and absolute superiority over humanity, he decided that

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When Are Teachers Ready to Change?

“The important thing is this: to be ready at any moment to sacrifice what you are – for what you could become.”  (Charles Dickens) Why is change so difficult?  Why do teachers and educational administrators have such a difficult time changing

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Using Digital Media in the Classroom

President Obama has challenged educational institutions to place digital textbooks in the hands of all their students in five years (2017).  While colleges and universities have already introduced digital textbooks as a means to reduce costs for their students, K-12

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Social Media Marketing: The Super Bowl MVP

“In a world that is changing so rapidly, you are guaranteed to fail if you do not take any risks!  Facebook is a space for exchanging ideas, providing a check on authority and pushing boundaries.” – Mark Zuckerberg Facebook will

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