heads up if you still use FileZilla https://forum.filezilla-project.org/viewtopic.php?t=48441
CWs Show more
if you would like me to be able to read urgent things, please CW it so that not only can i read it, i can also responsibly boost it, and like, KEEP reading it if i have to stop
"i'm not CWing this because it's important to actually read it" translates to "i'm not CWing because any time this pops up anywhere in your life, nomatter how much you've read or done about it elsewhere, you should be forced to read it"
do u really think the people who don't open "urgent, USpol" are willing to act?
Curriculum Writing Show more
Me: OK, time to sit down and finish this unit!
Me: OK, what if I play a video game, then do the curriculum writing?
Me: Just video games?
Me: Stare into the abyss until it stares back at me?
Brain: Sounds like a plan, let's to that.
Photo Blog: Morning Writing Show more
It’s a great day for writing unit plans outside.
Or it was, until the rain let up and the bugs came out.
73 days until students return to class!
Countdown: 73 days until students return Show more
I woke this morning with a strong drive to head to school and get some work done.
It's Saturday, my last day was yesterday, and I had, in fact, slept in for two hours.
But I am motivated to continue my curriculum writing, so there's that.
Home Grown Peppermint Tea
Summer Vacation Show more
For one of my first acts of Summer Vacation I took a nap and woke up the very minute I wanted to without using an alarm clock to time it.
Then I stayed in bed for another minute because it's Summer Vacation and I could.
speaking of #macbook keyboards:
"Apple Launches Repair Program for Faulty MacBook and MacBook Pro Keyboards"
Teaching and apartment living overlaps Show more
How does one tell between "I am having fun" screaming and "I am being brutally murdered" screaming?
Asking for a friend.
Summer Vacation Starts Now!
Countdown: 74 Days until Students Return Show more
Many teachers have already left for the summer. Others are following the principal around waiting for their chance to do final checkout.
I'm sticking around a bit longer, like someone who waits until after rush hour to commute home. It has the same benefits and drawbacks.
The boards are blank. old books are stacked on the stage for pickup.
There are few places with people that are lonelier than a school without students.
I feel it today.
Why we CW (Twitter link to good content) Show more
Countdown: 75 days until students return! Show more
The school feels empty and quiet.
Some teachers are at off-site Professional Developments, but most are here, slowly packing up their rooms.
My lab is a mess, but it's an organized one. Computers are covered. Chairs are stacked.
I have two tables filled with things to be sorted later.
I don't wanna.
However, it needs to be done.
LB: Since Mastodon lets you add content warnings in replies, you can use them EVEN IF the original toot didn't have them.
Just because you have enough spoons for the convo does not mean that everyone else does.
Add content warnings to your politics!
MIT, YouTube Show more
YouTube has blocked MIT's educational video clips for 4 days because of updated 'partner agreements' and it's left the university frustrated
makerspace, gender bias Show more
"Kim likens the process to building a house from scratch and knowing where to start. 'If you don’t think about culture when you’re building a makerspace, you’re forgetting the foundation,' he says. 'You might have something that’s visible but not very solid.'"
Source: Maker Culture Has a ‘Deeply Unsettling’ Gender Problem
masto meta Show more
I don't know where that "Delete & Redraft" option came from, but I like it.
uspol education Show more
What could go wrong?
White House to propose merging Labor, Education departments: WSJ
Last Day of School Show more
I don't want to go.
(More precisely I don't want to finish packing up my room for the summer.)
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