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Monthly Archives: December 2013
Last May 2013, I was tutoring a student in 6th grade earth science. His text book spoke with concrete facts about the problems caused by global warming. As a science teacher, I had a real problem with those statements. I … Continue reading
We spent 10 days visiting southern England. Our first 5 days were spent in London, enjoying the Westminster Abbey-seeing Queen Elizabeth’s I tomb, the House of Parliament with the statue of Oliver Cromwell on his great horse, the British Museum … Continue reading
December 23, 1913, the United States’ monetary system changed in a huge way. Congress gave its Constitutional power to “coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the standards of weights and measures” to the Federal … Continue reading
Since I am a regular shopper at T.J.’s, I know most of the employees very well. One evening, a checker expressed to me her concern for global warming. She asked me if I am concerned. My response was, “No.” She … Continue reading
Over the past 3 months, I have been tutoring a student on a large Social Studies research project. The project’s theme is Rights and Responsibilities. My 7th grade student has been extensively researching Lewis W. Hine’s photography and child labor. … Continue reading
Just out of college, I was at a turning point in my life, making some big career changes. A wealthy woman, who befriended me, looked me right in the eyes and said, “I believe in you.” Those words were powerful. … Continue reading