"You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face.
You must do the thing which you think you cannot do." -Eleanor Roosevelt

Tweet Educe…the word is Latin and implies the drawing out of or the bringing out of something… ‘potential.’  The word Educate derives from this Latin word Educe.  Interesting how we have known this for years yet need reminded.  Educating never truly meant to teach us the WAY or tell us the answer.  It just meant to lead […]

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Crystal O’Connor Interviews Angela Maiers with Maiers Education Services

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Don’t Teach your kids this stuff..Please??

September 30, 2009 by  
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Tweet Don’t teach your kids this stuff. Please? By Scott Mcleod, J.D, PH.D. dear parent teacher administrator board member don’t teach your kids to read for the Web to scan RSS aggregate synthesize don’t teach your kids to write online pen and paper aren’t going anywhere since when do kids need an audience? no need […]

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Crystal O’Connor interviews Angela Maiers with Maiers Education Services

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Social networking users aren’t as young as you might think

August 1, 2009 by  
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Tweet Social networking users aren’t as young as you might think by Nathan T. Wright in Web Strategy June 2, 2009 In Twitter’s infancy, the micro-sharing social network was largely perceived as a gathering place for hyper-connected, digitally-inclined twentysomethings. Sure, Twitter’s early adopters were comprised of the younger “tech elite,” but recent months have proven […]

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