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The First Rule in a Crisis Situation - Issue #33


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April 12 · Issue #33 · View online
Hi, I'm Sam. I love technology, especially the kind I can use in class. In fact, I love technology even if it isn't for class. I keep a list of resources. They're hand-picked by me, Sam.

Men are disturbed not by things, but by the view which they take of them. - Epictetus
It’s busy season in education. Testing is in the air. A time, if you’re not careful, where it’s easy to get a little hot under the collar.
Negotiate first and attack last. The first rule in a crisis situation is a little something I learned from Arnold in the 1988 hit movie Twins.  
This week enjoy the education hunt. 3 resources helping you negotiate the home stretch. Invest 45 seconds and read on. Attack boredom head on.  

Sam Zakaria | Wiselike
Here’s a confession. I like to answer questions. As a student it didn’t matter if I know the answer or not. Deep down, I knew liked hearing myself speak.
As a 30 something I’ve chilled on hearing myself speak. I still like answering questions. Writing is my current poison of pleasure.
Wiselike is addictive. In the last ten days Wiselike has dominated the favorites section of my homepage. For good reason too.
Its like Reddit A.M.A. Now you can create your own Ask Me Anything page. Wiselike taps into something pastoral. A joy we all gain from sharing, providing guidance to others.
Share with others, while learning from those who’ve traveled
Wiselike provides categories. Search and discover experts. Fire off your best questions, and receive a personal answer.
Wiselike separates from the social media pack, allowing conversation an opportunity to develop. Ask a question, wait for a thoughtful answer.
Create a profile for visitors to subscribe to your page. When you’re ready, share your profile on Twitter, Linkedin, or Facebook.
Classroom Experts 
Consider setting up a class page. As the teacher, become the voice of your classroom. Allow students to post questions related to your lessons. Wiselike could be a perfect platform, expanding the discussion from class to computer. Capture the best questions by responding inline (you decide which questions are visible).
As a follow up, consider Wiselike to connect with experts inside of your subject area. Speak with professionals. Share their insight with your students in class or on Wiselike. 
Wiselike is a perfect platform for the digital give and take. Visit my page, be sure to ask a question.  
Data USA
Information is Beautiful
Information is Beautiful
How about the most violent counties in Florida?

Data USA makes data chats worth something to talk about the next time you lecture on equilibrium price. 
Consider passing this along to your school’s counselor or leadership team. Data USA turns data into knowledge. Compliment  senior graduation talks with data, not doubts. Give it a go and punch up some beautiful charts. Share your creations with us on Twitter or Facebook. You can even say our name, Education Hunt.  
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