Monthly Archives: August 2011

Honoring Different Ways of Knowing

We spend so much time in schools developing programs and tests that honor only a limited range of ways of knowing… Daniel Tammet, an autistic savant, reminds us through his experiences why it is so crucial for us to honor different … Continue reading

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Superhuman brain infographic

Infographic by Smarter.org

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Skill Builder: Google a Day Puzzle

OK – I’m a little behind the curve on this one, but I’ve recently discovered “Google a Day” – a daily puzzle to help sharpen your search skills. They pose a question on agoogleaday.com that you have to research and … Continue reading

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Did You Know? (Shift Happens) v5

I’ve shown several versions of the fabulous Did You Know? (Shift Happens) videos during the past few years in various workshops and professional development settings to get people thinking about transforming learning in this digital age. The original video, Did … Continue reading

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