June 9, 2023

What Happens When Machines Become Smarter Than People?

In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, the field of artificial intelligence (AI) machines has made significant strides. From self-driving cars to natural language processing, AI-powered machines have become more capable and intelligent. While this progress is remarkable, it raises an important question: What happens when machines become more intelligent than people? In this article, we […]

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May 30, 2023

Against Slogging: Engaging Poetry in the Classroom

Engaging Poetry has long been considered an essential part of literary education, and its significance in the classroom cannot be overstated. It goes beyond mere rhymes and rhythms; poetry offers a unique medium for self-expression, creativity, and emotional engagement. However, many educators face the challenge of engaging students with poetry, often encountering resistance or a […]

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May 29, 2023

Why Children Make Great Philosophers: Interview with Scott Hershovitz

Introduction: Philosophy, often considered an abstract and complex field, is not typically associated with children. However, their innate curiosity, ability to question everything, and unencumbered approach to exploring the world make them natural philosophers. In this exclusive interview with Scott Hershovitz, a renowned philosopher and professor, we delve into the fascinating world of child philosophers […]

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May 3, 2023

Are We Living in a Computer Simulation?

The Simulation Hypothesis is a popular idea that we are living in a computer simulation. This idea is a popular one with philosophers and physicists alike. It suggests that reality is a simulated world created by some powerful computer programmer. We sim-live, sim-work, sim-laugh and sim-love in that simulated universe. What is the Simulation Hypothesis? […]

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April 5, 2023

Why You Should Care About Philosophy

Philosophy has been a part of human life and society for ages. It teaches us the importance of good morals and how to live wisely. The study of philosophy also teaches us critical thinking skills, which are essential for any student to have. This skill can help you spot falsehoods, intellectual fads, and cultural ideas […]

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March 3, 2023

Why Students Are the Best Poetry Critics

If you’re a high school teacher, you know how tough it can be to get students excited about poetry. You must show them it’s not only for the nerds. Researchers have discovered that teachers use a variety of strategies and methodologies when engaging pupils in poetry. These include putting enjoyment first, discussing pupils’ conceptions from […]

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February 14, 2023

Using Black Poetry in Creative Writing Classes

When teachers teach students about Black poetry and literature, it is important to include a variety of poets. This will help students gain a greater understanding of the diverse literary traditions that are available to them. African-American poetry predates the written word and is deeply tied to a rich oral tradition. It also draws inspiration […]

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January 27, 2023

Adding Latinx Poetry to Your Curriculum

In addition to exploring the work of many of today’s most notable poets, incorporating Latinx poetry into your curriculum can help students explore the stories of immigrant workers. The majority of these poets work in urban settings, and many focus on the lives of working immigrants in their own words. This type of literature can […]

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January 19, 2023

How to Develop Your Child’s Imagination

If you want to know how to develop your child’s imagination, there are several ways to get started. Some of these include Doodling, imaginative play, and impromptu storytelling. These activities not only help to expand your child’s imagination but also enhance their ability to focus. Doodling enhances imagination and improves focus Doodling is a process […]

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January 12, 2023

Learner’s Poetry Can Improve If They Break the Rules

Breaking the rules in a poetry class can actually be good for the student’s poetry. The fact that the students are breaking the rules gives them the opportunity to learn to write better poetry and work hard on their projects. It also provides you with an opportunity to respond appropriately to the student’s actions. Course […]

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