Journalism, the game, by CNN.
Plot twist: it’s an empty box.
23rd April 1516: Endorsement of Beer Purity Law, whereby only hops, malt, water, and yeast are permitted to be added in the brewing process.
"Sorry, I was just thinking about cats" is practically my catch phrase.
The girls in my cohort like to play this game when we’re in class called Why Is Jessica Laughing?
— The Missouri Method. (via 3dprintmeafucktogive)
It really bothers me when my tutors refer to our students as “bad kids” but they’re undergrads who don’t actually plan on doing anything with education. It’s not okay, but I get it.
What is not okay and I do not understand is the professor teaching us behavior interventions, who does her research about behavior management constantly refers to bad and good kids. Kids aren’t bad. Kids just engage in negative behaviors because they haven’t learned appropriate alternate behaviors to meet the same function.
If you refer to a kid as a bad kid, you’re going to treat them like a bad kid. When you treat them like a bad kid, you’re going to have biases against them and consciously or not behave differently because of those biases. Everyone has the right to their own opinions and no one is expected to like every child they meet BUT no child deserves unfair treatment because of their behavior.