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Tuesday Topic – Communications: Getting the Message Across!

Over the years, I have had many opportunities to chat with students—from late elementary grades through undergraduate and graduate levels—especially those interested in the sciences. One of the most frequent questions went something like this: “I am interested in [insert … Continue reading

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Question about Current State of K-12 Education – I Need Your Help

Bill O’Reilly just said early this week (the Today show, June 6, 2014) that schools “don’t teach history or geography.” Is this true? I have not been in a public school in 40 years and I know things have changed, … Continue reading

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Writing for a Blog (or Anything Else), or Do You Write Right?

I regularly follow and read postings on more than a dozen blog sites. The point of this blog is to emphasize the use of more precise and correct writing skills. These are skills in which most bloggers have been schooled, … Continue reading

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