Florida Culture for the Week of February 3, 2018 By Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of February 3, 2018 By Josh Garrick 

Artist of the Month: Kaylon Khorsheed

by Lillie Forteau / Feb 01, 2018 /
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I cannot express how excited I am to present my art teacher, Kaylon Khorsheed, as our featured Artist of the Month. She has challenged me in ways that I didn't know I needed; she works through problems with my ceramics even when I am frustrated with a piece - and not just to talk me out of putting it in the slop bin. She makes sure to spend time with everyone in the class, helping them with their goals and projects.

The Cool Tokyo Guide: Adventures in the City of Kawaii Fashion, Train Sushi, and Godzilla

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Heading to Tokyo, or are is fascinated by this interesting, complex city? This is the book for you! Abby Denson's The Cool Tokyo Guide: Adventures in the City of Kawaii Fashion, Train Sushi, and Godzilla, is a fun, intriguing book - and one you can't put down. The easy to read comic book format lends itself well to this off-beat, upbeat tour of Tokyo.

#TeachAbroadBecause ... Every day will be a richer experience

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jan 30, 2018 /
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Currently an associate professor of English at Tokyo Medical and Dental University, Patrick Foss has been a teacher in Japan for more than 20 years. He is the author of Across Tokyo, an ebook about an “urban hike” through one of the world’s most iconic cities. You can find it on Amazon here.

What Educators can learn from Technology and the Olympics

by Dr. Jessie Voigts / Jan 30, 2018 /
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Educators can learn quite a bit from the technology used during the Olympics. The Olympics – similar to a classroom? How can this be? 

 

Top 10 Famous Authors on Books that Inspired & Shaped Them

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Writing skills are very important for everyone - but, unfortunately, not all people are born good writers who can write exciting fiction or non-fiction books or compelling scholarly articles. Many college students struggle with their writing, and often look for essays or research papers for sale online when they lack skills to complete them on their own. 

Can Technology Be a Distraction in Education?

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Over the recent few years, the impact of technology on our day to day lives is undeniable. Every sector and industry has undergone revolutionary changes, as gadgets have become an essential part of their everyday operation. In the light on these things, a huge question always comes up, especially when it comes to education - that whether technology is only helpful or a distraction.

Learn how to build your credit as fast as possible

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Most people are not very informed when it comes to their own credit. However, things can change radically when someone has to obtain a loan and face their credit points for the first time. 

It is important to be aware of your own credit, because almost everyone has to deal with it at some point in their lives. It is a good thing to start building up your credit right now. If you are not sure How to Build Credit, here are a few basic tips that should help you get started.

Florida Culture for the Week of January 27, 2018 By Josh Garrick

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Florida Culture for the Week of January 27, 2018 By Josh Garrick 

Write This: Author Susan Dennard on #Ownvoices

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New York Times bestselling author Susan Dennard is every adjective I could use in an extremely positive light. 

At the appointed time for her talk at Grand Rapids Comic Con, Susan walked into the jam-packed lecture room with a certain something to her - maybe it was the brilliant costume. It was probably the brilliant costume. 

Write This: Author Susan Dennard on #Ownvoices

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