The Advantage of Google Docs in Education

The Advantage of Google Docs in Education
by Nate Green ·

It’s no secret that Google Docs has made teachers more effective at teaching writing. After making a full Google Docs … Continue reading »

Making Grammar Sticky With Google Docs

Making Grammar Sticky With Google Docs
by Robin Neal ·

I spent many hours in elementary school diagramming sentences, parsing parts of speech on spidery branches of sentence trees. I … Continue reading »

Social Media Makes Students Terrible Writers

Social Media Makes Students Terrible Writers
by Lucas Ames ·

Or at least that’s the unsubstantiated claim put forth in a recent US News & World Report article. According to … Continue reading »

Running Social Media

Running Social Media
by Tim McDonough ·

I ran my first and only marathon, the Quebec City Marathon, in August 2008. I had trained for marathons three … Continue reading »

Symbolics: How To (Pt. 2)

Symbolics: How To (Pt. 2)
by Robin Neal ·

If you are reading this post, you have most likely read its companion that explains what a Symbolic is. If … Continue reading »

Dilemmas and Tensions of Blogging: Learning from Montaigne

Dilemmas and Tensions of Blogging: Learning from Montaigne
by Jonathan Martin ·

Reflective thinking is for many the central purpose of blogging. The word “blog”  has its roots, as we all know, … Continue reading »

No One Likes to Send the Wrong Message

No One Likes to Send the Wrong Message
by Rebekka Goldberg ·

How many times has one of the emails you’ve sent been misinterpreted by the person on the receiving end?  Or perhaps you’ve read more … Continue reading »

You Don’t Have Time Not to Blog

You Don’t Have Time Not to Blog
by Tim McDonough ·

Recently Xaverian Brothers High School held an awareness day, when the school gathers to closely examine and discuss social issues;we have several throughout … Continue reading »

Become what you are

Become what you are
by Tim McDonough ·

“Become what you are” is more than a great 1993 album by Juliana Hatfield (worth noting; I’ve had a crush … Continue reading »

I’m not addicted to Twitter – I’m addicted to ideas

I’m not addicted to Twitter – I’m addicted to ideas
by Tim McDonough ·

A few moments after my wife read my last Blog “What I learned on my summer vacation” she turned to … Continue reading »