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Regular design school/colleges/academies - The 3 Most Useful Ways of Learning Web Designing

Regular design school/colleges/academies - The 3 Most Useful Ways of Learning Web Designing

42 Futures - My Back to School Rant for Secondary Teachers (and others too) :) by Created for Learning

42 Futures - My Back to School Rant for Secondary Teachers (and others too) :) by Created for Learning

This is a great poster to help the child make sure they are doing what they need to do without a rubric on every test. It is something that will become second nature to the students. It also can help boost their confidence so they can succeed.

{Blog Post} Make history come alive in a whole new way by using digital interactive notebooks in your Social Studies Classroom! #socialstudies #interactivenotebook #digitalinteractivenotebook #digitalINB

{Blog Post} Make history come alive in a whole new way by using digital interactive notebooks in your Social Studies Classroom! #socialstudies #interactivenotebook #digitalinteractivenotebook #digitalINB

Kunskapsskolan  Sometimes the best way of learning is just to retire to a solitary space on your own.

Kunskapsskolan Sometimes the best way of learning is just to retire to a solitary space on your own.

Playful Learning: Develop Your Child’s Sense of Joy and Wonder by Mariah Bruehl  Bruehl is a former teacher who makes play and learning accessible to parents at home with kids. I loved this book and highlighted at least half.

Playful Learning: Develop Your Child’s Sense of Joy and Wonder by Mariah Bruehl Bruehl is a former teacher who makes play and learning accessible to parents at home with kids. I loved this book and highlighted at least half.

Jere Brophy - We want learning to be enjoyable for students, but perhaps "fun" isn't the best descriptor.  Words like meaningful, worthwhile, satisfying, valued, appreciated might be better ways to describe the affective response of kids when they are learning what they should be learning. Those expectations might keep them focused and on task more than the expectation of fun. There might be fun in there somewhere and that's great. But, it is not the main point. Teachers are not camp…

Jere Brophy - We want learning to be enjoyable for students, but perhaps "fun" isn't the best descriptor. Words like meaningful, worthwhile, satisfying, valued, appreciated might be better ways to describe the affective response of kids when they are learning what they should be learning. Those expectations might keep them focused and on task more than the expectation of fun. There might be fun in there somewhere and that's great. But, it is not the main point. Teachers are not camp…

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