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Jenny Sommers

Blog.com - What's your story? - 0 views

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    official blog stuffs
Garth Holman

Bring still images to life!!!  - Students For Tomorrow - 2 views

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    My first thinglink for student use.  These are cool. 
anonymous

Special Coverage: The 2012 Presidential Election - NYTimes.com - 0 views

  • President Obama was re-elected, relying on a coalition of voters that was broader than it was deep.
  • President Obama was re-elected, relying on a coalition of voters that was broader than it was deep.
  • President Obama was re-elected, relying on a coalition of voters that was broader than it was deep.
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  • President Obama was re-elected, relying on a coalition of voters that was broader than it was deep.
  • Democrats maintained an edge in party identification
  • Forty-five percent of those who voted for Mr. Obama were racial minorities, a record number, and he made gains among Hispanic and Asian-American voters.
  • Mr. Obama is also likely to win the popular vote, perhaps by two to three percentage points, once votes from California, Oregon and Washington are fully counted.
  • While the House of Representatives was called early in the night for Republicans, Democrats performed well in races for the United States Senate.
  • Tammy Baldwin, the Democratic candidate in Wisconsin, won her race and became the first openly gay or lesbian person elected to the United States Senate.
  • The votes counted so far in Ohio show an extraordinarily close race, with President Obama only about 1,000 ballots ahead of Mitt Romney as of 11:50 p.m.
  • But the vast bulk of precincts that have yet to report their results in Ohio are in counties that have gone for Mr. Obama.
  • The differences between national polls, which often showed a very tight race for the popular vote, and polls of swing states, where President Obama usually maintained an advantage,
  • Mr. Romney currently leads by 27 points in Tennessee, by 22 points in Kentucky, by 16 points in South Carolina and by almost 40 points in Oklahoma.
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    Great analysis of the 2012 campaign
Lenna Black

Voki Home - 1 views

Michael O'Connor

The Official Star Wars Blog | The Long, Winding, and Shapeshifting Trail to Episodes VI... - 0 views

  • As of today, Lucas has given his new co-chairman Kathleen Kennedy several ideas and is really going into semi-retirement. Now, in a relatively short time, compared to the decades of speculation, fans will learn the secrets of Episodes VII, VIII & IX. Star Wars has risen again!
Courtney Lange

Teachers For The Future - Home - 0 views

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    My blog page
Michael O'Connor

Implementing 21st Century Skills - Blog - 0 views

  • n your classes and PD, what is the focus?
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    Greg's Blog for everything
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    21st Century Skills  
Garth Holman

The Six 21st Century Skills You REALLY Need | Knowledge Management System (KMS) Blog - 0 views

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    6 must have 21st century skills
Kimberly Kinnan

Career Day at School with Tom Leibhardt - Implementing 21st Century Skills - 1 views

  • Creativity, not being afraid to take a risk, working with people and changing the world are concepts we hope our students understand when they leave our classrooms.  Tom helped express just how important those concepts are in the "real-world".  One reason that Tom enjoys his job is because everyday is different
Garth Holman

The Real Mr. Fitz: A Teacher's Letter to Obama: A Lesson in Irony - 0 views

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    Open letter on Irony in Education:  A must read.  
Courtney Lange

UA Tech: Learning For Today - Blog2012-2013 - 1 views

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    University of Akron teaching website and blog.  
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    Greg's Class Blog
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