I recorded this in the afternoon of Wednesday, October 16th...hours before game 4 of the ALCS....but I uploaded this in the bottom of the 5th inning, with my BELOVED RED SOX down no runs to 7 "dirty, filthy Detroit Tiger" runs (to be honest...Detroit has an amazing ball club, and I'm honored to own a piece of their old stadium)....still, I'm a PASSIONATE Boston Red Sox fan....and this is my story.
This podcast addresses problems that teachers have with students questioning the usefulness of Algebra. This is an issue I deal with constantly in my classroom, and through this podcast, I have shared one way that I have shown my students how the subject can be used later in life.
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The SouthWest Division can easily be argued as one of the toughest and most talent heavy of all the divisions of the NBA. Cal Lee and Warren Shaw probe further into 5 teams who have the pedigree and personnel to make a run for the Western Conference Finals. 1) Do the Spurs have the Horses to maintain their level of dominance in this division? 2) With the loss of Lionel Hollins running the show, can Dave Joerger help the Memphis Grizzlies duplicate their impressive run from last year? 3) Now that Houston has their "RocketMan", is the tandem of Harden,Howard & Parsons the new "SuperTeam" of the division? 4) After an injury-riddled season of mediocrity and a quiet offseason, can the Dallas Mavericks bounce back and keep up with rest of the SouthWest? 5) The team formerly known as the Pelicans made some major offseason moves, and their Youth Movement is in tact, but can their young studs grow quickly into thoroughbreds by seasons end? We answer it all on The BASELINE.
How do you avoid becoming "academic roadkill"? Martin Krieger tells you how in his new book The Scholar’s Survival Manual. The product of a lifetime of experience in American universities, Krieger offers advice for students, professors, and administrators on how to get work done, the path to becoming a professor, getting tenured, and making visible contributions to scholarship, as well as serving on promotion and tenure committees.