The Fridge Magnet

February 28, 2007

I’m interested in the metaphor of “The fridge magnet” and what it says about how children and parents share information, sticking art and notices on the fridge door, AND what draws us to the fridge in terms of food choices and nutrition. I think that ECE, in taking a more age appropriate child-centered approach, can […]

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Dawn Feb, 28, 2007

February 28, 2007
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Child Care and Early Education Research Connections (CCEERC)

February 27, 2007

Child Care and Early Education Research Connections (CCEERC): “Research Connections offers a comprehensive and easily searchable collection of more than 10,000 resources from the many disciplines related to child care and early education. To find the most current Reports & Papers, Fact Sheets & Briefs, Executive Summaries, Datasets, and Instruments & Measures, conduct a search […]

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art in kula 2

February 26, 2007

I missed art in kula 2 last night. But I found some art nonetheless:


Mind Hacks: Autism across cultures

February 26, 2007

Mind Hacks: Autism across cultures: “NPR has recently broadcast a short interview with anthropologist Roy Richard Grinker who discusses how autism is understood in different cultures and across the world.”

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Paper of Record

February 26, 2007

Paper of Record: “Conceived by electronic publishing and web pioneer, R.J. (Bob) Huggins in a local Ottawa, Mexican restaurant in 1999,® is a Global pioneer of searchable newspaper image documents presented in their original published form. The Toronto Star, (circulation 650,000) became the first newspaper in the world to have its entire history from […]

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My rising sign?

February 26, 2007

Let me know if this is a shock to anyone. Your Rising Sign is Aquarius You are an interesting mix of introspective and outlandish. Waving your freak flag high, you really do things your own way. While you may seem distant, you care very deeply for humanity. You just have no tolerance for fools, slackers, […]


Google Gulp

February 24, 2007

My google lab for my course requires, as the final part, for students to *impress* me. They think it is tough, but they always come up with either new things, or new ways of looking at things. This time it was a new thing. Never heard about it. Sweet 🙂 Google Gulp: “At Google our […]

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INFP: The Portrait of a Healer Idealist

February 24, 2007

Yuka took this test in Japanese and again in English, and I decided to do it too, though I can’t say I’m much of a Jungian. This is a more well worked out test than the usual ‘which TV soapstar are you?’ but how many of you could call me a Fairy Tale Prince? Not […]

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The Future of Things (TFOT) – Xerox Inkless Printer

February 23, 2007

The Future of Things (TFOT) – Xerox Inkless Printer: “Xerox is developing a new printing technology which does not require ink of any kind. The new technology includes reusable paper which can be printed and erased dozens of times and has the potential to revolutionize printing. Although the technology is still in the early stages […]

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