Links of the Quarter: December 2018

How to Save the World

Cartoon by the awesome Michael Leunig. He’s right, though books like Carbon Ideologies will bring us closer. Na Pali coast, Kaua’i — photo by me, taken two weeks ago. Although it isn’t real, doesn’t really exist, my self is giving me a hard time these days.

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Links of the Quarter: September 2018

How to Save the World

Cartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void. I just saw her Book of Will — outstanding; catch it if you can.). Cartoon by Hugh Macleod from Gaping Void. P hysicist Sean Carroll, a leading-edge thinker and researcher on quantum mechanics and astrophysics.

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You can stimulate curiosity for self directed learning

Joitske Hulsebosch

Within the SPOC, on the Curatr platform, sources like short video clips or cartoons were shared as conversation starters on topics such as classroom atmosphere, structure, variety in lessons and attention to individual students. Curiosity: the book In his book Why?

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Links of the Quarter: June 2018

How to Save the World

Each book, in which he writes about his latest thinking, is stranger than the last. In his review of the book, Ephrat Livni sums it up this way: “Time is a story we’re always telling ourselves in the present tense, individually and together. Cartoon by Lisa Rothstein for The New Yorker.

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Links of the Quarter: March 2018

How to Save the World

cartoon by David Sipress in The New Yorker. cartoon by Will McPhail in The New Yorker. cartoon by Mick Stevens in The New Yorker. If you can find an old grammar book that shows you how to diagram a sentence, have a look; it’s enlightening.

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Links of the Quarter: March 2017

How to Save the World

Winning caption, submitted by Audrey Orr, to a recent New Yorker cartoon caption contest; cartoon by Joe Dator. Will the Crash of 2018 Be the First Stage of Civilization’s Collapse?: Full book of post-election poems sold here.

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