There is nothing wrong with working within your job description, along with reasonable effort within a reasonable timeframe each day/week. It's really easy for employers to start taking for granted, an employee's collateral duties or undocumented overtime, after a while. I myself refuse to keep the ability to check my work mail on my phone...I …
I Feel a Draft #8: How To Test For Chinese Fake Plastic Rice
Image Source: newsrescue.com With all of the fakes coming in from different parts of the world (not just China), here are some methods for testing your rice before serving it to your family or yourself. http://newsrescue.com/test-chinese-fake-plastic-rice/#axzz4UKDJeAeJ
Small Changes in Teaching: The First 5 Minutes of Class – The Chronicle of Higher Education (Website sign-in required)
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Four ways to keep young learners engaged in your online classes
Speaking from personal experience, it is indeed a struggle to keep young learners focused in front of their PCs for any given number of minutes...especially when they are at home, with SO MANY distractions. From very energetic songs to greenscreens and puppets, it will keep you busy. It's especially difficult when they aren't really old …
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How can I tell the difference between the flu and COVID-19?
The flu season is here...unfortunately. With COVID-19 still rampant is many places, it would be easy for people to get the symptoms from both ailments confused. Here is some information that I hope helps. Also, follow these tips from one of my previous posts. Of course, if you have symptoms of either, please see a …
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