you chose your own path

megan bbq // md

This is what I’m going to tell people.

This is what I’m going to tell people.

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lifeonmars70s:

Brigitte Bardot

Yes!

lifeonmars70s:

Brigitte Bardot

Yes!

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Pasadena, MD

Pasadena, MD

I was called morbid for suggesting that this dessert should have a raspberry filling. I’m not the one who made a cake in the shape of a sheep…

I was called morbid for suggesting that this dessert should have a raspberry filling. I’m not the one who made a cake in the shape of a sheep…

weareteachers:

Every library in the world needs this poster. 

Yes!

weareteachers:

Every library in the world needs this poster.

Yes!

weareteachers:

Teacher work quiet miracles.  Thanks erinbrockovich

weareteachers:

Teacher work quiet miracles.  Thanks erinbrockovich

nevver:

Design Crush

nevver:

Design Crush

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These dudes are doing #springbreak right! I’m unpacking boxes and lining shelves. 😐#sailboats #toys

These dudes are doing #springbreak right! I’m unpacking boxes and lining shelves. 😐#sailboats #toys

Only in #Hagerstown. #spring #springbreak  (at University System of Maryland at Hagerstown)

Only in #Hagerstown. #spring #springbreak (at University System of Maryland at Hagerstown)

weareteachers:

Toni Morrison to her college students… 

weareteachers:

Toni Morrison to her college students… 

weareteachers:

The term “brain-based” is often thrown around by educators in all different contexts. It’s made of vague, literal terms and seems logical when applied to almost everything. So what is it, and does poetry fit the bill? 
Brain-based education is based on cutting-edge research about how the brain learns. It uses current, fact-based research and applies it to help students learn effectively and efficiently, as opposed to teaching concepts in ways that do not parallel what we know about the brain’s ability to connect and retain new information. A common analogy for how brain-based learning works is “connecting the dots.” We use what already exists (experiences, interests, information, mood, emotions…) as starting points to relate new concepts and ideas. 
Read the article at http://ow.ly/vP3KW

weareteachers:


The term “brain-based” is often thrown around by educators in all different contexts. It’s made of vague, literal terms and seems logical when applied to almost everything. So what is it, and does poetry fit the bill? 

Brain-based education is based on cutting-edge research about how the brain learns. It uses current, fact-based research and applies it to help students learn effectively and efficiently, as opposed to teaching concepts in ways that do not parallel what we know about the brain’s ability to connect and retain new information. A common analogy for how brain-based learning works is “connecting the dots.” We use what already exists (experiences, interests, information, mood, emotions…) as starting points to relate new concepts and ideas. 

Read the article at http://ow.ly/vP3KW

sesamestreet:

Jon Hamm and Murray get emotional.

Can I buy this? 
Can you return apps if you don’t like them? 

Am I 5 and 55 at the same time?

Can I buy this?
Can you return apps if you don’t like them?

Am I 5 and 55 at the same time?

australian-red-cedar:

being a feminist means changing your behaviour to better support women, not re-labelling everything you do already as ~an empowering statement~

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You never knew you needed this in your life .. Until now

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