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departuresandarrivals replied to your post: Popping off the question about tattoos what about facial piercings? I am a sophomore in college on my way to being a high school teacher and I have my nose pierced. I really want to keep it but everyone says that I won’t be able to keep it, do…
In the district I work in, it explicitly states that any piercings other than ears and/or any visible tattoos are against the dress code. That being said, I have seen teachers wear very small and discreet nose rings in my district. Take it out for any interviews, then gauge the school and choose when to start wearing it if you get hired. Definitely check the dress code!Source: girlwithalessonplan
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How do you use your smartphones to enhance your personal and professional life? What apps do you recommend? How has a smartphone changed your life? I’ve had mine for a few days, so I’m intrigued by all of the wonderful possibilities. I don’t know where to start. Help! I’m contemplating using my personal phone during class so I can use Class Dojo with a mobile device. Educators out there, have you used your personal smartphone to enhance instruction? What do you think?
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People love huge open libraries of music, books and video. They don’t like censorship and legal landmines that get you sued for making amazing things. They love privacy and open platforms to create and invent. They’re happy to pay for good stuff, but hate being coerced to pay for mediocrity and middlemen.
And people are right to want all these things, even when governments and corporations, with their own narrow interests, try to paint this new, expansive cultural freedom as dangerous or destructive. Our goal is to make the public’s interest vividly clear, so clear that not even the most powerful lobbyists and smartest monopolies can destroy it.
We’re living during a global shift as big as the industrial revolution. Because of the internet, our future will work very differently than the world our parents and grandparents created. We, as a society, are literally building a new world. Fight for the Future is here to bring the most essential human values back into the debate about how society uses technology. We believe there’s hardly anything as important as ensuring that our shared future has freedom of expression and creativity at its core.
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