EXCELLENT resource! If you haven't read Teach Like A Pirate by Dave Burgess, this blog helps you get the main points and gives examples of how to use some of the hooks. (But you should still read the book! It's really good!!)
What are your top tools for learning? The Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies collects responses to this question from learning professionals every year. The result is a list of “Top 100 Tools for Learning,” which runs the gamut from Adobe to Zite.
Introducing middle school students to philosophy through film
This website is dedicated to helping adults conduct philosophical discussion with and among elementary school children.
Contrary to what many people think, young children are both interested in and good at discussing philosophical questions. Picture books are a great way to initiate a philosophical discussion with young children and this site will help you get started.
E is for EXPLORE is a one stop resource for teachers and parents. We develop unique learning activities, and search the internet and compile additional great ideas from other sources. Our index helps you find what you need quickly and easily. Where we have posted ideas from other sources we provide easy links to those websites. Please visit those as well to see what else they have to offer. All E is for Explore activities conform to state common core curriculum standards.
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