Monthly Archives: January 2014

Our First Parent Survey For parents out there, we have our first survey ready.  Please take 10 minutes and share your ideas with us. Thanks!! Advertisements

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Failure Learning in the Parenting Arena Most adults today are a product of the “Failure is bad” culture in our schools. We were conditioned that one “F” on a test or project and your grade couldn’t recover.  We sat quietly … Continue reading

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CSI – Epistemic Frame

http://youtu.be/xHjm68krc9M About 12 years ago I designed an elaborate learning experience for all of the science students at our highschool; we set up a Crime Scene Investigation on campus. Before the victim was “found dead” in the back halls of … Continue reading

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The Digital Generation Intro Marc Prensky, in his books on learning from games, introduces the idea of Digital Natives versus Digital Immigrants.  He compares the nature of those who were born pre-Google to those born since in an effort to … Continue reading

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