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CNN: Doing Business In Nigeria (Review Of Dan Foster’s Book)

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CNN: Doing Business In Nigeria (Review Of Dan Foster’s Book)
« on: September 01, 2010, 04:47 AM »

When yes means maybe: Doing business in Nigeria
Quote from: CNN
STORY HIGHLIGHTS

Dean Foster is the author of “The Global Etiquette Guide to Africa

Foster believes the key to success in Nigeria depends on your contacts and commitment

Providing a tip or…

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10 Educational Technology Quotes

TeachBytes

As an educator, I am always looking for new and interesting quotes to use in the classroom. I use them on handouts, assignments, worksheets, presentations, as classroom decor, and most importantly, I use them to spark debate.

Here are ten quotes relating to educational technology that provided me with some food for thought:

“Technology is just a tool. In terms of getting the kids working together and motivating them, the teacher is most important.” – Bill Gates

“There can be infinite uses of the computer and of new age technology, but if teachers themselves are not able to bring it into the classroom and make it work, then it fails.” – Nancy Kassebaum

“New technology is common, new thinking is rare.” – Sir Peter Blake

“Teaching in the Internet age means we must teach tomorrow’s skills today.” – Jennifer Fleming

“It is important to remember that educational software, like textbooks…

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The Day I Unwittingly Objectified a Music Legend: Ambolley

Mind of Malaka

I didn’t set out with sexual harassment on my mind, but it’s one of those unfortunate consequences of giving an individual like me access to a keyboard, a smartphone, a podium…pretty much any vehicle that allows one to communicate with humanity.

gba You see, sometime last week, I got a tweet from Gyedu Blay Ambolley. He said he had been interviewed and suggested I check out the story…so I did.

He looked great – very handsome and distinguished – in every picture from this article, and I had no qualms telling him as much. I tweeted a reply along the lines of the following:

“Nice body of work. And your music is pretty good too.”

I can’t say for certain what I said. I am unwilling to go back and review my timeline for accuracy.

Unless you’ve grown up on Mars – or somewhere south of the Mason-Dixon line –…

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