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  • re: Just pause it

    Outside in November is exhilarating--I sometimes forget this during the week, grading papers, wrestling with forms. I think I might just adapt your grandson's motto: &quot;Just pause it&quot;--make's a nice counterpoint to the Nike nonsense &quot;Just do it.&quot;
    Posted to Betty's Blog (Weblog) by doyle on November 16, 2008
  • re: following recipes

    I'd be much obliged if you fix the typo in my last post. And apparently html tags don't work so well either. Sorry for the inconvenience.
    Posted to Indie Teacher (Weblog) by doyle on September 9, 2008
  • re: following recipes

    &lt;i&gt;But they miss out on the masterpiece. &lt;/i&gt; Amen. Kids need the Hamburger Helper to stay sane, true, but the masterpieces teach them how to live. Jacques Ellul (a few decades ago, a bit French, hardly known in these parts) writes about Hamburger Helper. (Actually, he wrote about technology, efficiency, and culture, but really, the ...
    Posted to Indie Teacher (Weblog) by doyle on September 9, 2008
  • re: ROCK AND ROLL!!!

    We forget how much working with our hands validates our humanness. I'm not sure when or why manual labor became something &quot;other&quot; people do, now when education meant &quot;preparing for college.&quot; It's a great feeling accomplishing something real. Congrats!
    Posted to Mysterious Teaching (Weblog) by doyle on September 1, 2008
  • re: ROCK AND ROLL!!!

    We forget how much working with our hands validates our humanness. I'm not sure when or why manual labor became something &quot;other&quot; people do, now when education meant &quot;preparing for college.&quot; It's a great feeling accomplishing something real. Congrats!
    Posted to Mysterious Teaching (Weblog) by doyle on September 1, 2008