Hardened Over Time

I ran across an article last week that made me think. Really think. It was about Hillary Clinton. In retrospect,…

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metəˌkäɡˈniSHən/ in Education

met·a·cog·ni·tion  =  metəˌkäɡˈniSHən/   = METACOGNITION Metacognition is the skill of thinking about one’s own thinking. In today’s classrooms, it comes…

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Duct Tape, Recyclables and MakerSpaces: Skills for the Future

Not sure if you can relate to that picture above, but if you can, you likely have a child somewhere…

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And You’re Not Using PBL in Your School Because….Why? | Lisa Gonzales Superintendent

Lisa Gonzales Superintendent made her entrance into public education as a middle school math and science teacher. With the idea of…

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Coding: The 5th “C”

Let’s face it. When exposed to it, most students take to coding. I’ve observed this in class after class. Regardless…

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