divergent

"It’s obviously sad because the cast all really liked each other, but hopefully we can all work together on a different project."
The latest Divergent film, "Alleigiant", has a surprising amount of pedagogy hidden under the surface of a futuristic-action flick that fits directly in-line with The New Media Literacies.
It really would be a major spoiler if I said this too plainly. But trust me, by the end of the latest Mockinjay film Part II, it's stunningly obvious Katniss Everdeen sure knows the difference between half-human and whole.
WildAid, the San Francisco-based wildlife conservancy organization that has helped roll back hunting and trade on endangered species in the last decade, held a celebrity fundraising gala in Beverly Hills on Saturday night, and raised $2.5 million dollars in a single evening.
We need girls and boys to see women leaders and heroes as the norm. Although they are few, the three heroines I have in mind are powerful examples of female leadership. So who are these three fictional heroines and what what can they teach current and future female leaders?
Insurgent is filled with great scenes that will keep you on the edge of your seat and your eyes glued to the big screen.
Titles by veteran authors like Harlan Coben and John Green populate this week's Digital Book World Ebook Best-Seller List, while one first-time author's hit title hangs on at No. 1.
Are the words "basic," "on fleek" and "ya$$$" part of your daily vocabulary? If so, the cast of "Insurgent" probably has