In his post Daysprings and Doomsday Valdir Chagas compares education to evolution.
Laura Evans provides a great example of evolution in progress in her Diving into Deskless post where she describes 'substituting' static tables wi
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As educators, we can make sure that our students understand that making a positive image is critical to who they are online. I love the story of what Martha did with “
It amazes me each week how I can get lost in the task of reading and looking for information about how the learning landscape has changed over the course of time with technology. There is so much to learn and reflect about. This week I actually loved
One way of thinking about concept-driven learning is:
developing an understanding of concepts by looking at them in various different contexts.
A key point is:
The underlying concepts are more important that
Most search results for 'Early Childhood infographic' are mainly about Early Childhood, not for use with Early Childhood children.
Here's a link to the top five Early Childhood infographics of 2013
Is there a place for Infographics in