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Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
There’s only the possibility of strengthening a #relationship, demonstrating the power of #empathy, and instilling a glimmer of hopeful recovery.
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“Post something steamy” she said. Is there anything steamier than a cup of @bluemoosehope coffee first thing in the morning as I head up the canyon?
I don’t think so either.
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Our students are learning all the time. They're learning through video on YouTube. They're learning through quick bites of information on Twitter and Facebook. One way they probably aren't learning? By listening to a teacher lecture for 60 minutes straight. #TeachBetterAlice Keeler@alicekeeler
Teach them how to critically read the results.
We just assume students know how to Google search ... They don't. They know how to type words into a box but how to do it effectively and to analyze the results. We have to teach them.
Tag Archives: social media
Using social media background checks to screen prospective employees is becoming more common. In a recent study conducted by CareerBuilder, nearly 60 percent of employers used social media to vet prospective candidates in 2016. That translates to a 500 percent … Continue reading →
Like many people I have joined Google+. The thing is, I am still not too sure what to do with Google+. Is it the new Facebook or the new Twitter? Is it a combination of the two? Or is it … Continue reading →
As I have said before, I am active on Twitter and on Facebook. On Twitter I have two accounts because, well, essentially I live in two unique worlds. One world that I live in involves babies, poopy diapers, naps, sleepless … Continue reading →
I was listening to CKNW this afternoon…I don’t know why…when I heard Jon McComb talking about Social Media. McComb and his guest were talking about Social Media, presumably because Facebook received more hits than Google did for a measured period of time. Interesting enough conversation. The … Continue reading →
This Saturday night just gone I had the pleasure of taking in the Canadian premiere of Vancouver Opera’s performance of Nixon in China. The first thing I will say is, WOW. An incredible performance. Stunning. Compelling and bizarre. Now let … Continue reading →