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New York State Teachers: Read the New York State Teachers’ Letter (nyteacherletter.org)
- Winter Storm Juno has come and gone.
- History of winter storm names in the United States.
- Ms. Shupe's latin students are responsible for naming storms.
- The Results of our Listenership Naming Poll.
- A comprehensive list of English collective nouns.
- Olive in the snow.
- Some of the issues with charter schools, as not dealt with in Waiting for Superman.
- Inside Man
- “Bring out another fish!”
- David’s post on Organelle Election Season 2014
- Sinful Perverted Science
- Getting Things Done (again)
- The “2-minute rule”.
- “What is the next action?
- Chalkboard scraping
- Idea Paint
- Paul’s AP Bio review cards
- How to draw a perfect circle
- A permanent marker removal hack.
This Week's Topic: Improving Teacher Quality
- The use of student surveys
- No Child Left Behind
- Primum Non Nocere
- Implementation Dip
- The role of the environment in behavior- one data point
- Governor Cuomo’s 2015 State of the State Address.
- The Lip Reading Challenge
- Integration specialist Jean Ayers
- The McGurk Effect
- The Bleeped Count
- The Andersen Family Christmas Game Board.
- The Settlers of Catan
- Celebs Read Mean Tweets
- The Decemberists Sing YouTube Comments
- The Decemberists have a new album
- David stated that he would use ethanol to remove permanent marker. While this will work, isopropyl alcohol works better. Note: Isopropyl will not work better for certain other...uses...of ethanol.
- Paul gave credit to Ms. Erica Schnee's students for naming the storms but it was actually Ms. Erica Shupe's students. #ericafail