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Guest, Fred Burks

Guest Occupation: 
Language Interpreter, Humanitarian, Columnist, Writer, Researcher

Bias in the Classroom, January 14, 2014

TO BE CONTINUED: Part 2 of our series Bias in the Classroom will conclude with other stories from the classroom and insights shared between professors regarding our decisions of how to teach students. Stay with us and participate your view on some of these problems, as we look forward to another hour of contention with those who wish to disagree. See you then! Jorge.

A Fireside Chat, December 14, 2013

Dr. Carmen Boulter talks about the dangers of Wi-Fi, Interactive U, Egypt today and her next trips to Egypt.  We go deep down the rabbit hole.  As always, Carmen offers deep wisdom with the acumen and brilliance of a great teacher, one of the most brilliant minds on our planet today!

Guest, Noam Chomsky

Guest Occupation: 
US Political Theorist and Activist, Institute Professor Emeritus of Linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Libertarian Socialist, Author, Writer, Public Speaker

Guest, Julia Assante

Guest Occupation: 
Social Historian, Professional Intuitive, Author, Writer, Professional Psychic and Medium, Doctorate in Archaeology and Art History, Professor
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