Posted on 12/13/2011 at 08:55 AM by Global Reach
“I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious.” – Albert Einstein
In case you didn't know what Northwest AEA's Creative Services group is now offering, please take a peek at the attached brochure. And look at the prices!!! Anything Harolds can do, AEA can do cheaper!
(Maybe this isn’t really a strategy, but think of all the possibilities.)
This is a fantastic comprehensive list of strategies to be used beginning, middle and end of your lessons. These strategies are meant to keep students interested, engaged and learning. Warning: The list is a little overwhelming!
What to get your kids into college? Let them play
-Erika and Nicholas Christakis says they see students at Harvard who have trouble getting along.
-They say kids better equipped to learn, interact, if taught using play-based curricula.
-"Drill and kill" skill-based learning, requires more social isolation, they say.
-Writers: Play-based learning builds empathy, better self-control, and problem solving skill.
Where have you observed the most engaged learning recently?
Emily Koson--- Instructional Coach---
Ekoson@nwaea.org or firstname.lastname@example.org