If smartphones had been around in the 1600s, we’re pretty sure Hamlet’s famous soliloquy would’ve started a little differently. But since Willy Shakespeare isn’t here to set the record straight, just follow the infographic below to contemplate your own connectivity habits…
In 2011, I was approached by one of my faculty members to offer our students a course in a local prison — in the process of learning alongside inmates, she said, our students would gain a deeper understanding of the complexities of crime, justice, inequality and other important social issues.
When I was in seventh grade, I took a course called “Immigrant.” It was a required course for everyone in my middle school, and it was taught jointly by our social studies and computer science teachers. The focus was the Irish immigration to the U.S. in the 1800s and early 1900s.
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