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Ethical Education and the Liberal Arts

This post originally appeared on Ted Parker’s blog, Anything But Expert. You can follow Ted’s tweets at @MrTedP In “This is Water,” an address David Foster Wallace delivered at Kenyon College’s 2005 commencement (available here excerpted and as audio; here as abridged … Continue reading

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NEW: The Green School Alliance is seeking 2 additional Faculty Fellows

Become a “U.S. Green School Fellow” and gain extraordinary insight and training through the nation’s premier week-long environmental leadership training program at the state-of-the-art National Conservation Training Center of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), in Shepherdstown, WV, just … Continue reading

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How to be a leader for technology to benefit students

It feels like everyday is technology leadership day when following such great minds and collaboration on Twitter and the various Blogs I follow. I am excited each day to learn and explore the role of technology in education with such … Continue reading

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