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Dmitri Lenczuk
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"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." -Emerson
"What lies behind us and what lies before us are tiny matters compared to what lies within us." -Emerson

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So, what is differentiated instruction? Here's a snapshot of what it truly means. Learn more from Carol Ann Tomlinson's book, "The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners, 2nd Edition." http://ow.ly/yreJa
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The link to my teaching e-portfolio:

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Our new 4-minute video shows you a technique that will cut the time you spend grading student writing in half.

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Прошу відвідуйте новий сайт ООЧСУ!
Please visit the new site for ODFFU!

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Eating a Mediterranean diet high in vegetables, fruit, fish, and poultry and low in dairy and red meat could mean big benefits for your brain! In a study of almost 20,000 cognitively healthy men and women, those who kept a strict Mediterranean diet were 19% less likely to become cognitively impaired over 4 years. In addition to helping keep your brain healthy, previous research has shown that a Mediterranean diet may result in cardiovascular benefits, lowered cancer risk, and other health benefits. Share this post with friends and let us know if you’re interested in trying out this brain-healthy diet!

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Interesting replacement for the traditional LMS.

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A very articulate defense of libraries.

"...a library, more than any other thing humans have ever made, is the physical promise of a wider, more inclusive world.

A library teaches us about the potential for human knowledge to bring us to a better place.
A library challenges our perceptions. A library shows us that there is more to religion than zealotry, more to belief than delusion, more to the search for meaning than fanatical heresies.

A library presents to us, gives to us, for free, the benefits of human inquiry and allows us the time, and space, and resources to connect all of these things in ways that no one before has managed to do.

A library is the embodied fact that the search to be more and better can win over the petty, bullshit that fanatics of all stripes want us to swallow. A library is the place we can go to become more, stronger, and better.

And fanatics and conquerors—especially those who believe their world-view must be unquestioned—cannot have that kind of resource available to the people whom they are working so very hard to subjugate."

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It's people like this that make America great. The sheer ingenuity behind solar roadways is nothing short of awe-inspiring.

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Literacy is the most important aspect of educated and civilized life. Let's re-focus and get children around the world educated.
Conflict-affected countries are home to 42% of world’s out-of-school children. That's why the 2012 theme for Saturday's International Literacy Day is "Cultivating Peace."  

More from +UNESCO  http://j.mp/QoqjYL 
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Beautifully written article that highlights the difference between libertarians and conservatives.
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