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Merriam Webster definition of disruption: To cause (something) to be unable to continue in the normal way: to interrupt the normal progress or activity of..


Why I Hired a Workforce No One Else Would | Randy Lewis | TEDxNaperville. You must listen to this for the definition of ATP!!!


Invite your students to share their hopes, dreams, goals, and aspirations for the school year with six-word sentences - - - in a Snapchat format. It makes a great bulletin board for open house!


The technical definition for a Herxheimer Reaction (i.e., herxing or die off) is the release of  endotoxins  from the destroyed cell walls of the bacteria responsible for Lyme Disease, Borrelia...


MoMA | Talk to Me | Touch HearLooking up unfamiliar words while reading is disruptive, creating a break, however momentary, in narrative flow. The Touch Hear text-recognition dictionary (unfortunately still a concept) renders the task built-in and seamless, requiring only the scanning of a finger implant over a word or phrase to bring up related information, such as meaning and pronunciation, into a small device attached near the ear. Touch Hear explores a way for technology to enhance human…

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Google's word definitions get more helpful with synonyms and examples

Google's domain registration service is now in open, public beta in the United States. Launched back in June, Google Domains was initially available through an invite-based system, but the GoDaddy...

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Here's How Daniel Pink Writes

[interview] Here's How Daniel Pink Writes : Shares his definition of creativity, admits how own struggles as a writer and shares helpful writing techniques for 'when things get ugly'


Tell a Story in a Jar!

This Language/Literacy activity is for 3rd graders. It aids in student writing by expounding or "unpacking" on quotes from a jar. It goes along with the standard SC.CC.ELA.2.W.2 Write informative/explanatory texts in which they introduce a topic, use facts and definitions to develop points, and provide a concluding statement or section.