Monthly Archives: December 2015






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Going through our archives, we came across this great post from August 11, 2013 “Don’t Tell Me I Can’t: From World Judo Champion to Start-Up Grandmother” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. I was asked to write a chapter for the book, Real Talk, […]

Throwback Thursday: Don’t Tell Me I Can’t – From World ...



Annie Hammond offers insight from an educator’s perspective on educational gaming. I recently saw a cartoon on social media that read, “I used to tell people I was a teacher. Now I prefer the title Data Collection and Management Specialist. It’s much more accurate.” This could not be closer to […]

A Teacher’s Point of View: That’s Mrs. Data Collection and ...








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Going through our archives, we came across this great post from December 26, 2013 “It’s The Giving Season” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. When we received a contract from Black Belt magazine to publish Winning on the Ground, I told my youngest […]

Throwback Thursday: It’s The Giving Season


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Happy Freebie Friday! Congratulations on making it through another week and as a reward we’re giving you a sneak peek at our newest game, Forgotten Trail. The high demand and interest for Forgotten Trail has been overwhelming, as people have been asking to play the game. Originally part of our […]

Freebie Friday: Welcome to Forgotten Trail – Mini Game