Author Archives: quibono

How Do I Reach These Kids, Pt. I

I’ve found it, everyone.  I’ve figured out how to reach these Kids!!! How to Reach these Kids   Continue reading

Posted in April 1 Pedagogy, Bill Bilicheck Method, gedivts12

The Magic School Bus

As the son of a 4th grade teacher, I spent a lot of time in school.  My mother had to be in school from 7 AM (school started at 7:55) until 2:15 PM, but often stayed as late as 3:30 … Continue reading Continue reading

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Brain Drain

I grew up in a small town called Kihei (Key-hey), Maui, Hawaii, as the son of a 4th grade school teacher and mid-level hotel manager.   As a child, I had friends who were Tongan, Samoan, Chukese a myriad of other … Continue reading Continue reading

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Blogging Museums of Knowledge

Blogs should inspire people to learn.   One of my favorite, nay-my first, blog experience is with a photography blog entitled “Strobist.”  In his blog, David Hobby (a.k.a. the Strobist) introduces digital photographers to off-camera lighting.  Do you remember 2nd … Continue reading Continue reading

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Blogging for Minority Students

The purpose of blogging is to Narrate Curate, & Share , according to Dr. Gardner Campbell’s blog about using blogging as a teaching tool. I like these goals. I, however, think about the importance of narration, curating, and dissemination for … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Blogging, Collegiate Times, gedivts12, minority college students