Tag Archives: teaching

Add teachers to the “overwhelmed frontline workers” list

There may be a vaccine ready to be rolled out in some places. But it will be a long, slow process, and meanwhile in many, many places – too many places – the healthcare facilities are overflowing and the healthcare … Continue reading

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Nurturing our students, ensuring our future

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to attend our university’s annual Computer Science Research Expo, which is a day filled with student poster sessions, student and faculty research presentations, and industry panel discussions. I hadn’t had the luxury … Continue reading

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Life lessons of a lemonade stand

The lemonade stand.  It turns out that it really is an ideal model for teaching entrepreneurship to children.  It comes to our minds easily as an icon of children and business.  Following on my recent musings on this subject, the lemonade stand as … Continue reading

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