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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ April 9

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 26

Flannery O’Connor, On Her Own Work…

From my own experience in trying to make stories “work”, I have discovered that what is needed is an action that is totally unexpected, yet totally believable, and I have found that, for me, this is always an action which indicates that grace has been offered.  And frequently it is an action in which the devil has been the unwilling instrument of grace.”

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 19

 “If your school is still debating how technology can benefit your students, teachers, and administrators, I hate to break it to you, but the future of education is already here and you’re missing an unbelievable amount of opportunities. ” ~ D. Mareco

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Mareco, D. (2017, July 28). 10 reasons today’s students need technology in the classroom. 

https://www.securedgenetworks.com/blog/10-Reasons-Today-s-Students-NEED-Technology-in-the-Classroom

 

 

 


 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ March 12

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 26

“I’ve learned to balance my personal and professional lives like a nurse triaging emergency patients: by determining which role requires my attention right now. Borrowing an analogy from author James Patterson, I imagine that I am juggling a set of balls representing work, family, friends, and spirit. Each ball is made of either rubber or glass, and the material changes with the circumstances. If I drop a rubber ball, it bounces back. However, a fumbled glass ball may chip or even shatter. The trick is knowing when a ball is rubber and when it’s glass.” ~ Emma White, The Art of Triage

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Reference

White, E. ( 2017, August 11). The Art of Triage. Science Mag. https://science.sciencemag.org/content/357/6351/618

 

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 19

“Someone wrote, ‘But first, be aware of the energy in the room.’ This is an attribute that can be cultivated with practice and intention. Feelings and emotions are contagious and provide us with so much needed information.” ~ Michael McKnight

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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 12

“It is no great secret to anyone that without work, without education, and without hope, people get into trouble… They get into destructive activity or self-destructive activity.”              ~ Senator Bernie Sanders

 

 

 


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Russell, J. (2015, July 8). Sanders says government jobs can solve the school to prison pipeline. Washington Examiner. https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/sanders-says-government-jobs-can-help-stop-the-school-to-prison-pipeline

 

 


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Weekend Ed. Quote ~ February 5

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