Moving (again) (hopefully for the last time) as I find instances geared towards my interests.

I should already be following you on at least one of these accounts if I was already doing so here.

Academics: @theartguy
Gaming: @Crash

Any instances of Mastodon popping up specific for folks in higher education?

Church sign:

Well, it's happened.

As of tomorrow, spinners are banned at my school. The stance is that too many students are using them as distractions.

Study Suggests You're More Likely to Be a Disruptor If You Got Lower Grades in School

I heard an ad in the grocery store today that ended with "Vaccines: They're worth a shot."

It's the little things that make me smile.

I am only a beginner at using LUA, but I'm enjoying what I've managed to wrap my head around so far.

This is simple collision detection, with the paddle changing color to show that the ball hit it. Eventually I'll have it doing more, but it's a start.

I am still learning.

I'm writing curriculum for a Tech Integration class, so I'm looking up syllabi for similar courses.

"Materials: Composition book, blue or black ink pens, pencils, pocket folders, notebook
paper, binder"

... OK ...

'Staggeringly high' numbers of teachers threatening to quit the classroom trapped by lack of money

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Some days I am VERY proud of my students.

Some days, I wish I'd included "Uses apostrophes correctly" on the rubric.

My Final included space for students to give me feedback. Class opinion appears to be split over whether my sense of humor is a good thing.

Let's play a game called "Guess which day my supervisor sent out an email with a link to my blog."

The most annoying part of writing for me is when I have to Ctrl-F to find all the places I used two spaces instead of one.

They're not just at the end of sentences, either.

This only seems to be a problem in WordPress. I need to write elsewhere, then copy/paste it over.

Lesson idea: Take 100 unique shots of the same item. (The first 50 or so will likely not be so good. After that, students will be forced to think.)

Neighborhood kids like playing "Ding Dong Ditch" with the buzzers outside of my apartment complex.

Joke's on them, anyone that would show up unexpected at my place isn't likely to be someone I'd open the door for anyway. In the event of a false positive, those individuals have my cell number.

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