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One of my most formative memories, from when I was around eight, was coming home from my hip-hop dance class and turning on the TV to see Janet Jackson’s video for “The Pleasure Principle,” in which she dances alone in a darkened warehouse. Her moves are strong, athletic, tough, and defiant. I’d never seen anyone dance that way, with no apparent desire to charm or seduce, but rather to confront and to defy. Here are some more of my favorite videos, in chronological order, by women whose powerful moves have inspired and emboldened me through the years. Janet Jackson, “Control” (1986) Opening lyrics: “When I was 17, I did what people told me! Rosie Perez in Do the Right Thing (1989) Aaliyah, “If Your Girl Only Knew” (1996) Beyoncé, “Diva” (2008) Iif_kgpm_Book_of_Questions. Designspiration — Design Inspiration.

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At Melville’s Tomb | Howard Owens. Often beneath the wave, wide from this ledgeThe dice of drowned men’s bones he saw bequeathAn embassy. Their numbers as he watched,Beat on the dusty shore and were obscured. And wrecks passed without sound of bells,The calyx of death’s bounty giving backA scattered chapter, livid hieroglyph,The portent wound in corridors of shells. Then in the circuit calm of one vast coil,Its lashings charmed and malice reconciled,Frosted eyes there were that lifted altars;And silent answers crept across the stars. Compass, quadrant and sextant contriveNo farther tides . . . High in the azure steepsMonody shall not wake the mariner.This fabulous shadow only the sea keeps. – Hart Crane I first read Hart Crane in a poetry anthology. Crane may be one of the most difficult modern poets to comprehend. Crane called this the “logic of metaphor:” . . . “At Melville’s Tomb” is one of the best illustrations of Crane’s point. Crane is by no means an easy poet to comprehend, but none of the truly great poets ever are.

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We look at how learning is evolving in the classroom and beyond.We also revisit old ideas that have come full circle in the era of the over scheduled child, such as unschooling, tinkering, playing in the woods, mindfulness, inquiry-based learning and student motivation. We report on shifts in how educators practice their craft as they apply innovative ideas to help students learn, while meeting the rigorous demands of their standards and curriculum.

MindShift has a unique audience of educators, tinkerers, policy makers and life-long learners who engage in meaningful dialogue with one another on our sites. Contact the us by email. The WriteAtHome Blog | A place to talk about words, writing, learning, and language, by Brian Wasko, founder of History Myths Debunked. Online Portfolios on Behance. Videos, Common Core Resources And Lesson Plans For Teachers: Teaching Channel. PPHS English 332 - Pages and Files. The impossible cool. Rory Gilmore Reading Challenge | It's Time to Read! Thank you for all the comments on this page! This is a collection of books mentioned or read on Gilmore Girls!

Some of them might have been films instead of the books themselves but I see no problem in reading them either! Here is the list of books (taken from THIS forum and your comments- thanks!). I have removed the travel and cooking booking. I have marked the ones I have read or started and not finished: