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Creative Learning Pays Off for Web Start-Ups

Creative Learning Pays Off for Web Start-Ups | Poetic living | Scoop.it
CreativeLive and other online companies have tapped into an audience of customers who are motivated to hone skills that might enhance their careers, and investors are noticing the profit potential.
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Extra-ordinary kids! « A Brave Writer's Life in Brief

Extra-ordinary kids! « A Brave Writer's Life in Brief | Poetic living | Scoop.it
I remember reading about a kid who played with blocks as a child but then went on to write symphonies in college, after mastering the violin, and learning to conduct a symphony. Somehow these were related.
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Neil deGrasse Tyson on Scientific Literacy, Education, and the Poetry of the Cosmos

Neil deGrasse Tyson on Scientific Literacy, Education, and the Poetry of the Cosmos | Poetic living | Scoop.it
"Science is a way of equipping yourself with the tools to interpret what happens in front of you." "People," lamented Richard Feynman in (RT @maxplanckpress: Neil deGrasse Tyson on scientific literacy, education & the poetry of the #cosmos:
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Delusional Liberal Chris Matthews: Educated Right-Wingers Flush Educations For Politics

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Chris Matthews: Educated Right-Wingers Flush Educations For Politics
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CHRIS MATTHEWS: There you got Ted Cruz, a well-educated guy, another one of these well-educated right-wingers like Pat Robertson.

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littlebytesnews's curator insight, March 12, 2013 12:25 AM

Chris Matthews is such an Obamabot, he's a butt kissing flaming liberal. 

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Writing with iPads 2: Putting Words on "Paper"

Writing with iPads 2: Putting Words on "Paper" | Poetic living | Scoop.it

"INTRODUCTION: In Writing with iPads 1: Brainstorming & Organizing,  I covered how to get kids to start thinking about writing – topics and ideas to start those wheels turning, and then how to organize some of those ideas, whether with a traditional mindmap, or with little post-it notes that could be rearranged.  This section will describe some apps which can be used to actually get words onto paper (such as it is…), and allow editing.  Aside from Dragon Dictation, they all provide basically the same functions: writing and editing with the ability to save into Google Drive.  You need to play around with each one and determine which one suits you best."


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