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· The boxes do not have to be a consistent size, so go nuts! Have harder questions slow-reveal more of the image and easier ones reveal less. This will enable students of all abilities to get involved. The questions on the boxes should link back to prior lessons gained knowledge, or even the last unit! ‘If this is the answer’
· The shadow box shows customers the importance of priming the area of corrosion. “If not, this can be the result,” Rollinson says of the samples in the shadow box. “Just to educate my customers on the importance of priming of the windshield, and what happens with paint delamination [also known as clear coat failure],” Rollinson says.
· Research centres and laboratories have begun conducting studies to record and respond to the biological aspects of learning. Photo by Petri Heiskanen on Unsplash Novel sources of data about the biological processes involved in learning are beginning to surface in research on education. As the sciences of the human body have been transformed by …
· The last Philosophy of Education Reading Network’s online discussion was on John Dewey’s book Experience and Education (see also a previous post on this blog). The invited speaker to introduce John Dewey was Professor Deren Boyles of Georgia State University, who not only came across as an expert, but also as a strong proponent of Deweyan education.
· Now you know why I home educate my tribe of kids, with Hacker style STEM based education too, yeah they also do art but that is totally informal and …
· There are a number of free games available online, such as Financial Football, an interactive game from Visa and the National Football League that teaches players money management skills. The U.S …
· Nubank is one of the buzziest FinTechs around. Over the last three years, it grew from 3.7 million customers to 48.1 million customers. That’s a 100% CAGR in new customer additions. It looks like your typical exponential hockey stick: For size perspective, Bank of America only has 40.0 million digital active users of its consumer […]
· Summaries are a perfect addition to any educational or technical post like this one from Okta: Image source. And Eventbrite uses the action takeaway summary in this conclusion: Image source. 5. Bring emotion. Offer an article conclusion fit for a human. Write for a person by tapping into relevant feelings and emotions.
· Provide pictures of your family, pets, vacations, etc. Tailor it to fit your students age and grade level. Slideshow template source. Tell parents about your education and how long you have been teaching. Consider adding your school picture from when you were in the same grade level as your students.
By Giles Fraser. There are 10 things dyslexics are often good at, according to Jillian Petrova: the first is a “Strong memory for stories. the seventh is “Abstract thinkers”. We dyslexics apparently “understand things that are not tangible, many of which are innate human qualities like bravery, love and deception”.