Bringing young people into close contact with these unique, often profoundly personal, documents and objects can give them a very real sense of what it was like to be alive during a long-past era. – […]
On my first visit to The National World War II Museum, I was dragged kicking and screaming by friends who lived in New Orleans. They said it was amazing, but I had my doubts. I was […]
Columbus didn’t sail to prove Earth was round. That and other stuff kids (and probably you) get wrong.
Haiku: The Nurse Patient’s Advocate Determined through long hours Forgotten Hero. -K. Renae P. Nursing is the one of the only jobs I really want to do but can’t. Blood, body fluids, fecal matter, and all sorts […]
Think you’re having a good old-fashioned Thanksgiving meal? Think again!
One of my favorite words in the English language is free. When it comes to technology and education, there are so many free tools available for teachers, learners, and bloggers. K. Renae P. Note: 1. […]
Background Alexander Graham Bell gets credit for inventing the telephone in 1876. Like most stories about inventions and discoveries, the story about the invention of the telephone is rifle with drama and intrigue. Bell was not the […]
In 1905, Albert Einstein published four extraordinary papers, each on a different topic, that were destined to radically transform our understanding of the universe. This video and lesson from TED-Ed is a fun and unique way […]
I have a complicated relationship with Wikipedia.