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Bill Wettler

United States Diplomatic Mission to Morocco - Frequently Asked Questions - 14 views

  • the Moroccan authorities will only fingerprint individuals who are resident to Morocco (holders of a carte de sejour)
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      Any clue where to go for this?
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      This line from this website explains too little.  What Moroccan authorities where?
danthomander

Teacher staffing and pay differences: public and private schools : Monthly Labor Review... - 26 views

  • A study using Current Population Survey data shows that, from 1996 to 2012, elementary, middle, and high school teachers earned less than other college graduates, but the gap was smaller for public school teachers and smaller still if they had union representation; moreover, the mitigating effects are stronger for female than male teachers, so the within-gender pay gaps are much larger for male teachers.
Louise Lewis

COGNI+IVE - 42 views

Marti Pike

11 Things Ultra-Productive People Do Differently - Forbes - 79 views

shared by Marti Pike on 19 May 15 - No Cached
  • Saying no to a new commitment honors your existing commitments and gives you the opportunity to successfully fulfill them
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      This only works if you are honest about the other commitments.  Saying no when there are no other commitments is slothful.  

      The other problem is, you may not have the same priorities as the one asking.  That might be an important conversation. 
  • autoresponder that lets senders know when they’ll be checking their e-mail again.
  • multitasking is a real productivity killer.
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  • people who are regularly bombarded with several streams of electronic information cannot pay attention, recall information or switch from one job to another as well as those who complete one task at a time.
  • because they had more trouble organizing their thoughts and filtering out irrelevant information, and they were slower at switching
Joe Hirsch

"Digital Divide": Educators debate the use of technology in the classroom - 59 views

shared by Joe Hirsch on 14 May 15 - No Cached
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    Is technology going to save or savage 21st century learners? It's time for a nuanced approach.
bettyj01

EDT-5-21173-S15: Web 2.0 Resource - 28 views

shared by bettyj01 on 14 May 15 - No Cached
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    This opens to a sign in page for Peralta district.
Jim Powell

eTech: Language Arts, Research and 21st Century Skills & DIALOGUE by Karon Lippincott o... - 32 views

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      This Przi shows how to use the 21st century skills and DIALOGUE
Michele Rosen

Super Teacher Tools - 132 views

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    Easy to use online games for review, etc. - Jeopardy, Millionaire, & Speed Match
Martin Burrett

Budd-e Stay Smart Online - 53 views

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    A superb e-safety resource with separate sections for primary and secondary students to work through. Choose to sign in to save progress or use without signing in.
bettyj01

My Library - 35 views

shared by bettyj01 on 11 May 15 - No Cached
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    Participation in committee's
Michele Rosen

The Research Process - 74 views

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    Does your research teaching embrace the 21st century learner? This blog post has great information/lessons on strategies for helping students curate (finding/evaluating/managing) information.
Compadre's Stockpile

Why Men Fail - NYTimes.com - 40 views

  • This theory has less to do with innate traits and more to do with social position. When there’s big social change, the people who were on the top of the old order are bound to cling to the old ways. The people who were on the bottom are bound to experience a burst of energy. They’re going to explore their new surroundings more enthusiastically.
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      Yes essentially, when women see the next Facebook, they will slowly start leaving it, then a few months after it is a dry ass place, dudes will follow, naturally, to where the women are.
  • But, in her fascinating new book, “The End of Men,” Hanna Rosin posits a different theory. It has to do with adaptability. Women, Rosin argues, are like immigrants who have moved to a new country. They see a new social context, and they flexibly adapt to new circumstances. Men are like immigrants who have physically moved to a new country but who have kept their minds in the old one. They speak the old language. They follow the old mores. Men are more likely to be rigid; women are more fluid.
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      They adapt easier, including to different job types. Many females my current age are in PR and Marketing with small companies that don't pay them nearly as much as PR people used to make. It's a new lower earning PR job market and they are taking all those jobs.
  • Forty years ago, men and women adhered to certain ideologies, what it meant to be a man or a woman. Young women today, Rosin argues, are more like clean slates, having abandoned both feminist and prefeminist preconceptions. Men still adhere to the masculinity rules, which limits their vision and their movement.
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