Loyal readers will remember my last post, in which I shared the marshmallow story. The key takeaway: self-control is a big deal. For those who […]Read more ›
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By Rita Platt What is your philosophy of education? This was the question that the professor asked us in my second year of my teacher […]Read more ›
An Annotation by Laurie Walsh The author has compiled and named a myriad of techniques used by K-12 teachers and college professors. One recurring theme […]Read more ›
An Annotation by Jeffery Ayer Lankshear and Knobel elaborately outline: the history of blogging, the anatomy of a weblog, a detailed step-by-step process of how […]Read more ›
Motivation and learning: practical teaching tips for block schedules, brain-based learning, multiple intelligences, improved student motivation, increased achievement.
An Annotation by Laurie Walsh Divided into seven main chapters: student motivation, enhancing motivation and commitment to quality, making teaching easier, building knowledge and understanding, […]Read more ›
An Annotation by Jeffery Ayer This article really was by Emily Van Noy, the teacher who employed blogging in her classroom, and Kajder and Bull […]Read more ›