Monthly Archives: April 2015

You Don’t Look Like a Mr. Miller

I’m not completely sure what my goal is with Room 400. It’s not under my name, I no longer teach in Room 400, no one reads it (except for the Best Addition to the Internet in 2015 and, according to … Continue reading

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The World In Which I Live

The World History Association’s annual essay contest offers a $500 prize to K-12 students responding to the question “In what way has the study of world history affected my¬†understanding of the world in which I live?”. Deadline is May 1. … Continue reading

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Everyone Has a Plan

Until they get punched in the mouth. (Thanks Mike!) Thank you religion and public unions for giving us this gift of Spring Break. The APWH exam is about six weeks away, and while I would likely prefer daily checks with … Continue reading

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