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Quiet mornings on the lake.

An Adventure Photographer Shares Stunning Pictures From The Ends Of The Earth

If you’re already going to go on some of the coolest adventures on the planet, then you pretty much have to take photos to document your travels, right? It’s a no brainer, and describes exactly how Jake Anderson got into photography. “I was always doing sports and I was always outside,” Anderson …

17 Photos That are Guaranteed to Light Up Your Day (Monday)!

With a new week ahead of us I figured some photographic inspiration was in order.The theme of this showcase is light.More specifically, the Northern …

Landscape Photography

Faroe island cabin

Camping in Arizona

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A Tranquil Trek

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How Writing Down Specific Goals Can Empower Struggling Students

Goal-setting closed achievement gaps in a recent experiment. The key element? Students put their thoughts in writing.<br>[[ This is a content summary …

Education

Silent Beat

Travel

What’s next: Blended Learning 2.0

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rhode Island is fertile ground for experimentation with technology in classrooms as it seeks to become the first fully blended …

"Climbing is not a battle with the elements, nor against the law of gravity. It's a battle against oneself."—Walter Bonatti. Daniel Streuerer and David Lama (@davidlama_official) begin the path of self-discovery beneath Cerro Torre, Argentina. @patagonia @redbull @NikonUSA #NikonNoFilter @SanDisk #SanDiskStories @novusselect

Water for Elephant

Photos

Vocab Tech For Toddlers Encourages 'Anytime, Anywhere Learning'

When the children's television show <i>Sesame Street</i> first hit the air in 1969, many were deeply skeptical that you could use TV to introduce very young children to the basics of reading and math. But the experiment proved to be a remarkable success; <i>Sesame Street</i> has reached several generations of …

Imprint

Namibia is one of the least populated countries in the world, relative to its size, with vast tracks of uninterrupted pristine landscape. Driving the gravel roads you won’t see another car, person or power line for hours. The night skies are light pollution free—and you may think you are alone, camping on the Skeleton Coast beach, until you look up and see the rest of the universe staring down on you. Photo by @kengeiger w/@kaigner

The Remains of the Day

Where are you my light ?

Digital-Age Civics: Media Makes a Difference

If you caught Joe Kahne’s recent post, you’ll know something about a concept that’s also central to my latest mini-book. As a member of the MacArthur …

Humanities

Milford Sound

A foggy sunrise in Grand Canyon

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KQED

The following is an excerpt from <i>Learning to BREATHE: A Mindfulness Curriculum for Adolescents to Cultivate Emotion Regulation, Attention, and</i> …