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Age of Awareness

What we can learn from the war ‘over there’ that’s closer than you think.

Forget TikToks. Writers and cartoonists are documenting wars.

As a teacher, I find that I can’t ignore the war in Ukraine. I don’t teach history. Yet it seems insensitive to go on with our lives, with neatly structured lesson plans, while ignoring the fate of millions of people with brutally interrupted life plans. When I step out of class at the bell I may see robotics students working on a mechanical arm. When an Ukranian child comes out of a bomb shelter after…

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Angelo Fernando

Angelo Fernando

I teach Writing & Publishing; Computers & Tech. Author, tech columnist, robotics coach. My podcast is at https://tinyurl.com/Radio201podcast

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