Monthly Archives: October 2011
Here is the whole article. This is an unprecedented time in U.S. education, and awareness that we have a problem has never been higher. Billions of dollars of public and private money are lined up for solutions. But I am … Continue reading
I purchased Apple TV for the art room! It’s Awesome!!! Watch the video below to learn how we are going to use it to enhance lessons with rich multimedia content and how it will allow us to connect the … Continue reading
Ten ways schools are using social media effectivelyPosted By Meris Stansbury On October 21, 2011 @ 2:24 pm In social networking,Top News | 2 CommentsMany “families ‘like’ our Facebook page. This gives us a great tool to communicate quickly with … Continue reading
Art, music stimulates brain, helps with cognitive development – Opinion – Kansas State Collegian – Kansas State University
From the time we enter school until we finish our formal education, we are constantly trying to increase our breadth of knowledge. Everyone knows that learning your multiplication tables, state capitals and doing traditional course work as a child is … Continue reading
Feature: It’s “Déjà Vu All Over Again” for Arts IntegrationTUE, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011 10:35 AMAs Arts in Education Week – September 11-17 – was being observed, arts integration was a hot topic nationally. Consider these two statements about … Continue reading
Innovation Creates Uncertainty We don’t like uncertainty. It’s not comfortable. We want innovation. We like creativity. It’s engaging. But innovation creates uncertainty. So while we say we want creativity and innovation we often reject it because it is … Continue reading
Do Animals Grieve? Categories: Science 11:58 am October 20, 2011 EnlargeChristopher Furlong/Getty Images I’m on research leave from my college this year in order to write a book that explores one central question: Do non-human animals grieve? My answer is … Continue reading
Cyberbullying: The Power and Peril of Anonymity – Digital Education – Education Week.
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Kindergarteners at the keyboard By Jill Barshay Los Angeles — First-grader Lena Barrett clicks through a series of icons and logs onto a laptop under the fluorescent lights of her classroom. Before long, a cartoon version of a … Continue reading