Joe Eberle replied to Joe Eberle's discussion Hidden Figures - Margot Lee Shetterly
"“Scientific progress in the twentieth century had been relatively linear; social progress, on the others hand, did not always move in a straight line, as the descent from the hopeful years after the Civil War into the despairing circumstances of the…"
Apr 7
Joe Eberle replied to Peyton Raymond's discussion Dead Man Walking
"Do class differences that often decide the fate of a certain person suggest a fault within our government as a whole?"
Mar 20
Joe Eberle replied to Alexander Janning's discussion Empire of Illusions
"Should we be questioning motivations and aspects in our world, or simply accept the reality we know?"
Mar 20
Joe Eberle posted a discussion
“Their dark skin, their gender, their economic status--none of the those were acceptable excuses for not giving the fullest rein to their imaginations and ambitions” (98).Success happens when we accomplish a certain goal we have set out for. We all…
Mar 16
Joe Eberle replied to Joe Eberle's discussion Play Their Hearts Out
"“Kids are usually too busy looking toward the future to notice the last few seconds of their childhood. In less than two months, they would be high school freshmen. The pressures and responsibilities would multiple quickly. Core courses, qualifying…"
Nov 18, 2016
Joe Eberle replied to Austin Schirck's discussion Invisible: The Dangerous Allure of the Unseen
"How might our morals be affected by caring about opinions of others have about us?"
Oct 25, 2016
Joe Eberle replied to Elijah Dirkx's discussion American Nations
"How might national disputes be different if there was not a two party system?"
Oct 25, 2016
Joe Eberle posted a discussion
“It begins with an irrefutable fact agreed upon by everyone: that the majority of American players who go on to play in college and the NBA pass through the grassroots system.” (81)The career of any pro-bound athlete starts at a young age. Players w…
Oct 25, 2016
Joe Eberle replied to Joe Eberle's discussion One Shot at Forever
"“He thought about how when he hung up his uniform it would be time to get a job, and how some of his older friends were already talking about draft numbers for the war. And, as he had before the season, he thought of how it was, as he says, ‘my last…"
Oct 5, 2016
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Sep 20, 2016
Joe Eberle replied to Elijah Dirkx's discussion Drive
"How might students drive change if incentives are taken away."
Sep 20, 2016
Joe Eberle replied to Austin Schirck's discussion Columbine
"What might have happened had only one of the boys wanted to go through with it."
Sep 19, 2016
Joe Eberle posted a discussion
“Sweet, however, refused to engage in corporal punishment or intimidation. As he liked to say, ‘If you do it right, you don’t need the hammer.’” (27)The way teachers taught 50 years ago was much different than it is today. Corporal punishment and st…
Sep 19, 2016
Joe Eberle is now a member of polkingclassroom
Sep 19, 2016