Not the musical montage, high action part of teaching.

Today I worked on learning the programming language R in SwirlStats a bit more. 

I pondered if I need to get institutional review board permission to talk to students about the antipoverty pedagogy. 

I committed to attending a Poverty Institute (weirdest pairing of nouns I’ve seen in a while) that will be two days in October at a Twin Cities university. 

I thought more about what digital history tools (mapstory or google mapsengine, wordpress or omeka site) I want to focus developing lesson plans on. 

There are days when teaching flashes, thunder rolls back the ignorance, apathy, and fear that stalks our students, and the vanguard’s call leads us all to a better tomorrow. Today was not that. But still, I count it a win. 

Safe home. 

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