If you can’t believe what you read in the comic books, what can you believe? First spoken by Rocky and Bullwinkle, one of the funniest (and cleverest) cartoon duos ever invented. Scott McCloud, author of “Understanding Comics,” has a pair of cartoon strips that clearly explains the way toddlers and small children see the… Read More The World as We See It
Have an extended pun to celebrate.
What is pi? By definition, pi is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. In other words, pi equals the circumference divided by the diameter (π = c/d). (https://www.livescience.com/29197-what-is-pi.html) What is pie? Delicious.
Feb twenty second is 2-22. Train whistle day!
Getting ready for “Midwinter Break which remarkably is from Dec 24-Jan 1, its as if some major religion has a major holiday right about then. Grading papers, listening to music. The cello is such a beautiful instrument, and “Gypsy Airs” is an amazing piece.
In honor of the upcoming Hanukkah holiday, have a donut pun. Donuts are good for your health (in moderation). Be happy! And some music to enjoy your virtual donut with:
Happy Thanksgiving. Solution, huh? Don’t drink too much.
Working in the Resource Lab on Friday before the big vacation, and there are 7 students at various levels of English working on their homework for the on-line writing assignments. I love signing off for people who keep working until their work is perfect. Kudos, folks!
12 hours each, that is. March 20 = Vernal Equinox Vernal = of, in, or appropriate to spring. Equi = equal Nox = night Equinox = day equals night Vernal Equinox means the cold is leaving, warmth is coming, and hopefully the crops will grow! No more eating veggies from the root cellar! Hurrah! Throw… Read More Day = Night
Dear Student I know you’re very keen for your education, but if you schedule sessions with TWO DIFFERENT TUTORS at the same time, in the same building, please let me know so that I’m not stuck waiting for you after you ‘step out for a minute.’ A minute. To spend an hour with the other… Read More Tutor vs the Double Scheduler