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An Interesting Perspective: Mirrors and Windows

Howdy Bloggers, Today marks the fifth official installment of An Interesting Perspective. In this post, we will discuss constructivism and the significance behind a student’s prior knowledge and experience. What is Constructivism?  As defined by David T. Crowther in his article … Continue reading

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Together We Can Do Great Things

Groups vs Teams: I really like the quote above! Every student had different strengths and weaknesses. This is why working together is important. What you call people that are working together can make a difference in how they view themselves … Continue reading

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Cooperative Learning, a Human Dinosaur, and Your Classroom

What does this video of marching band have to do with your classroom? To me, this video- and marching band itself- is the epitome of cooperative learning. “Cooperation! I do that in my classroom. My students have several group projects throughout … Continue reading

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