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Google is allegedly working on a free, open access platform for the research, collaboration and publishing of peer-reviewed scientific journals

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Ectogenesis is a social and political minefield.

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By Tim Shanahan Twice this week—from a NY teacher and an Illinois school administrator—I’ve been asked how to organize instructional time for literacy with

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More than a century after their discovery, we still don’t really know what blood types are for. Do they really matter?

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It is simply impossible to become a great leader without being a great communicator. I hope you noticed the previous sentence didn’t refer to being a great talker – big difference. The key to becoming a skillful communicator is rarely found in what has been taught in the world of […]

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Educators are leaders with followers and captives. Educators must transform as many captives into willing followers using as many tools and experiences as they can while still educating them.

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What is movement? Where does it come from? Human movement patterns include but are not exclusive to – running, jumping, swimming, crawling, rolling, pulling, lifting, twisting, inverting and climbi…

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Interesting videos and perspective on movement. I watched the TEDx video and read the blog that embed the video.

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Washington University School of Medicine researchers have identified a group of proteins that program synapses in the brain, controlling neural development and learning, with implications for conditions such as autism.

 

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We live in a new age for writers. The written word has never been as important as it is today since there is such a demand for it. The internet has created a new area for people to come and read ab…

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12 Stories I Can’t Live Without

Posted: July 22, 2014 in Scoop.it

Short story master Peter Orner picks 12 of his favorite stories from writers, some dead, some living, all legendary.

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A completely new structure heats water and turns it into steam. Continue reading →

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