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Of Mystery and Education

Of Mystery and Education

I have two sons and wonder with a sense of mystery what it means to educate them well. I grew up believing that education was somehow about taking a bunch of stuff which was external to me and making it a part of me.  You know, taking that which is external and making it internal.… Continue Reading Of Mystery and Education

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Students & Teachers

The podcast ” In The Classroom, Common Ground Can Transform GPAs” on Hidden Brain with host Shankar Vedantam, we begin to see the tremendous benefit of connecting with your students – finding common ground. Of course, we already know that connecting with your students is important. But new research shows just how much difference a teacher/mentor… Continue Reading Students & Teachers

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Developing Comprehension Strategies

Meeting the needs of diverse learners can be achieved by utilizing a variety of instructional strategies before, during and after each lesson.  This article will offer you strategies that make a significant difference for students’ comprehension and retention of content.  Based on Universal Design, Learning Theories and Literacy strategies, one of the key concepts begins… Continue Reading Developing Comprehension Strategies

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