Category Archives: Teaching

Telling Time

This recent Frazz strip captures the “innocent sophistication” of childhood, don’t you think? (image from gocomics.com)

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Sunday’s Best: When the Race Continues

Here’s today four-color Frazz by Jef Mallett.  Caulfield always does a great job catching Mrs. Olsen with words.  A good skill to have if you’re going to make it through the day, I think. (image from gocomics.com)

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What We Owe to Each Other

This last part of the second season of The Good Place has seen the “existential quartet” confront “the Judge” to plead their case as changed people.  Last week we say each member face a challenge, a test, to see how … Continue reading

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What We’re Put Here to Do

Once again, Caulfield for the win.  A recent Frazz strip by Jef Mallett: (image from gocomics.com)

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Describing Generation Z

One of the things that we talk about in our classroom discussions about ethics is the category of ethics known as “descriptive ethics.”  It really is as simple as the term itself: descriptive ethics is concerned with communicating what is … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Best: Arctic 3-D Printing

A couple of visually creative Sunday strips today.  Here’s today’s FoxTrot strip by Bill Amend.  I’m sure we’ve all got some tech friends that would put this on their digital fridge or cork board if they had the chance. (image … Continue reading

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The “Existential” Place

The Good Place on NBC has always been an amazing little show.  Now that the main characters have taken leave of the “Good Place,” things have gotten even weirder . . . and better . . . and more ethically … Continue reading

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