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Age of Awareness

History is unavoidable these days in the classroom.

How I paused my lesson plan to address the war.

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Last week, I paused my lesson plan for a moment to address the war. My high school students (in a Writing & Publishing elective) had discussed a recent book, 2034: A Novel of the Next World War, by Elliot Ackerman and Admiral James Stavridis. “Does this current crisis with the invasion of Ukraine…




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Angelo Fernando

Angelo Fernando

I teach Writing & Publishing; Computers & Tech. Author, tech columnist, robotics coach. My podcast is at

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