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Developing your personal social media policy

Developing your personal social media policy For a couple of decades now most of us have been surfing around the net in its various forms and planting flags at every…
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An gorta mór

Below is a copy of a post that a dear former colleague, Kieran O'Leary wrote in his blog "KAYO KID" back in December of 2007.  I paint under the pseudonym "Billy…
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Never underestimate a teenager’s will…

Have you chatted with one recently? They are full of ideas on how to make the world a better place...most of them just need someone with position and resources to…
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A Nation of Wimps

A Nation of Wimps Here is a great article. Every coach must read this and understand how to quickly identify hover parents and how to seperate thier children from those…
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The Intelligence of Crows

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Random Thoughts on Teachers

For all my teacher friends out there...dedicated to the dozens, if not hundreds of teachers I have had throughout my life who got me to where I am today...I'm forever…
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From a teacher’s perspective…

What teachers really want to tell parents By Ron Clark, Special to CNN updated 9:12 AM EST, Tue September 6, 2011 STORY HIGHLIGHTS • Ron Clark is an award-winning teacher…
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The Gains of Drudgery

The Gains of Drudgery From The Making of Manhood, 1894 By William James Dawson By drudgery, I mean work that in itself is not pleasant, that has no immediate effect…
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