Learn to teach and teach to learn

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I wanted to make my education blog my primary so I can interact with you lovelies using my education username rather than my personal one.

I change the url to this blog so it is now learn2teach-teach2learm
SO —- learn2teach-teach2learn.tumblr.com

Find me there, pretty please!
I just started getting myself on the tag and forging some awesome relationships. 
DON’T LEAAVVEE MEEE! 
Come find me. :D

TUMBLR IS HARD!!

Ok, so. I want to make my education blog my primary blog. Hoooowww?
Apparently there is no way to do it besides makes a new one.

So will i lose all of my followers? Will you come find me again?
Teach me!

“High school, it seems, has changed. It has become competitive. Young men and women — 13 to 18 years old — must work more or less tirelessly to ensure their spot at a college deemed worthy to them and their families. So rather than living their adolescent lives — lives brimming with desires and vitality, with vim, vigor, and brewing lust — these kids are working at old age homes, cramming for tests, popping Adderall just to make the literal and proverbial grade. And for what? So they can go to a school that puts them in debt for the rest of their lives. School has become a great vehicle of capitalism: it quashes the revolution implicit in adolescence while simultaneously fomenting perpetual indebtedness.”
Daniel Coffeen (via quotecatalog)

(via amordecosmos)

“There were no sex classes. No friendship classes. No classes on how to navigate a bureaucracy, build an organization, raise money, create a database, buy a house, love a child, spot a scam, talk someone out of suicide, or figure out what was important to me. Not knowing how to do these things is what messes people up in life, not whether they know algebra or can analyze literature.”
William Upski Wimsatt (via radicalginger)

(via howtodropoutofschool)

rhamphotheca:

The Owls and the Cactus
Giant cacti are the calling card of Saguaro National Park near Tucson, Ariz. The park is named after North America’s largest cactus species, the giant saguaro. These cacti grow only in the Sonoran Desert in the U.S. Southwest and in Mexico. Some saguaros soar up to 70 ft (20 m) in height. Crane your neck up at a saguaro and you might find nesting critters. Great horned owls are saguaro aficionados, as the above image shows. These owls are among the world’s most adaptable owls, living in mountains, deserts, rain forests, rocky coasts and mangrove swamps. Deserts are a good fit for owls because they can nest high in a giant saguaro and hunt over the open desert landscape. 
 Credit: Drew Jackson/U.S. Department of the Interior
[Full Story: Hoot of an Image: Owl Nests in Giant Cactus ]

rhamphotheca:

The Owls and the Cactus

Giant cacti are the calling card of Saguaro National Park near Tucson, Ariz. The park is named after North America’s largest cactus species, the giant saguaro. These cacti grow only in the Sonoran Desert in the U.S. Southwest and in Mexico. Some saguaros soar up to 70 ft (20 m) in height.

Crane your neck up at a saguaro and you might find nesting critters. Great horned owls are saguaro aficionados, as the above image shows. These owls are among the world’s most adaptable owls, living in mountains, deserts, rain forests, rocky coasts and mangrove swamps. Deserts are a good fit for owls because they can nest high in a giant saguaro and hunt over the open desert landscape.

 Credit: Drew Jackson/U.S. Department of the Interior

[Full Story: Hoot of an Image: Owl Nests in Giant Cactus ]

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redbloodedamerica:

Yeah…happy Tax Day indeed.

redbloodedamerica:

Yeah…happy Tax Day indeed.

(via shutupcyclops)

world-shaker:

[leaves this here and backs away]

world-shaker:

[leaves this here and backs away]

(Source: reddit.com, via amordecosmos)

“Never make fun of someone who speaks broken English. It means they know another language.”
— H. Jackson Brown, Jr.  (via uracontra)

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