Monthly Archives: March 2016

Would you like to take a survey?

I’d appreciate it if you all would consider taking this survey on teens and tech. Some of the questions are kind of dumb but for some reason this is an interesting topic to me. Tech Survey Obviously your responses to … Continue reading

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The End of the Year Project

The signs are all around us that the school year is beginning to draw to a close. The air is warm, the birds are singing, and teenagers are setting records for how little they are paying attention in class. Along … Continue reading

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This is not an assignment…but you should do it anyway

  There are some things I just don’t have a chance to cover in class. But when I listen to a podcast that references the banning of forbidden books by the Catholic church in the 1600’s as well as modern … Continue reading

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Modern Day Martin Luther

  Often times we think of reform in the past sense. The protestant reformation in the 16th century and ┬áthe civil rights movement of the 1960’s are both typical examples. Even the documents associated with these events have an almost … Continue reading

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