"I do love how I must capitalize the word “I.” I will always be grand. No matter how much I say, “I feel low, sad, depressed” or “I am dying, living, sick, existing, art” I will always be greater than an adjective. I will always be better than my predicament. And that’s the beautiful thing about language. I love it."
His project is on the use of technology in classrooms. Do you use technology in your class? Do you not? Are you for or against its use?!
Both teachers and students are welcome to take this short survey!
Even though the title says language arts, he would love feedback from every subject and every grade level.
Thank you in advance from me and my lovely friend!
"You see a man’s true identity when he’s around his mother or motherly figure. A good mother will humble you and make you want to be a better you. A bad mother will make you have to put on a mask, make you want to change just to make herself feel happy. There is a difference between changing for yourself and changing for others, after all."
— Andy Kay
"Forget stardust—you are iron. Your blood is nothing but ferrous liquid. When you bleed, you reek of rust. It is iron that fills your heart and sits in your veins. And what is iron, really, unless it’s forged?
You are iron. And you are strong."
— n.t. (via gnothyself)
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