Myths About Student Learning

February 26, 2012

Learning styles aside, traditional education has given birth to many misconceptions about what a “good” and “effective” learning environment looks like. A new study by the Independent Curriculum Group shoots down at least seven of them.

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February 19, 2012

Kroger has taken a step backward (or forward, depending on how you look at it) in time with a kind of automated mini-mart approach to meeting the needs of college students. Your kind of place?

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Word Problem

February 12, 2012

Recently, I spent two full days revising and finishing the first draft of a technology book for kids. I was exceptionally pleased with the outcome, and decided I would read it in my critique group meeting the following evening. I saved (as I had been doing every 5 minutes or so throughout), closed the document, […]

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Digital Learning Tools

February 5, 2012

February 1, 2012 was the first-ever Digital Learning Day, promoted by the Alliance for Excellent Education. Teachers all over the globe shared tips and tricks, case studies and stories about teaching and learning in a digital environment. Some NWP Fellows shared theirs below.

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