February Mashup Of Awesomeness
Love was in the air this month and lots of people wrote lots of posts about Valentine’s Day. And chocolate-covered love. And wine-coma love. And 13 things they love most about their lovers. And love is awesome. Don’t get me wrong. These posts are slightly less lovey-dovey.
From the English Department
Trish Loye has 10 Ways to Know You’re A Writer.
From the Math Department
Annie from Six Ring Circus writes “I Need To Learn To Count to Four.”
From the Science Department
Jenny Hansen gives us the down and dirty on having babies later in life in her piece “When the Conception Journey is a Rock Filled Canyon.”
From the History Department
I find the situation in the Middle East very confusing. Piper Bayard’s partner Holmes has been writing a multi-part piece on Iran that is a must read. There are several parts. Start at the beginning and don’t stop.
From the Language Department
From The Home Economics Department
August McLaughlin gives us “Foods For a Beautiful Brain.” Good to know I eat most of these. Except flaxseed. I’ll have to get on that.
From The Technology Department
Leanne Shirtliffe tells us about The Best iPhone App for Writers.
From the Art & Health Departments
When Elena Aitken wrote 8,000 words in a 2 day period, she posted “Writers Wrist and Other Afflictions.” To go along with it, she posted a must-watch Elmo video. Everyone will love “I Make Art.”
From the Music & Psychology Departments
Rivki Silver does a Cool Music Experiment that shows what happens when you take the same piece of film and pair it with 3 different types of music. Really neat way to understand the power of music!
Christian Emmett wrote a lovely tribute to his band teacher in From Music to Life.
From the Physical Education Department
I’ve got nothing. If you have a post about somebody shaking his or her groove thing. Share it. Otherwise, you can watch this video of me dancing.
Whaaat? I got excited when it finally snowed!
From the Awesome Sauce Department
Elizabeth from The Writer Revived wrote a great piece called “Lessons From Barbie.” Y’all know I’m big on lessons, and I think that Elizabeth is spot on here.
From the Snark Department
25 Things I Want To Say To “Aspiring” Writers by Chuck Wendig.
From the Faculty Lounge
Math teacher Tyler Tarver makes me laugh out loud. I watched his hilarious video “St*$ff High School Students Say” at least 4.7 times. I was really mad when my son interrupted me that last time.