Won't be a spoiler on this one.
What do you think?
- C.J. Westerberg
April 26, 2013 9:53 AM
Now, keeping in mind these fourfold interests - interest in conversation, or communication; in inquiry, or finding out things; in making things or construction; and in artistic expression - we may say they are natural resources, the uninvested capital, upon the exercise of which depends the active growth of the child..John Dewey, The School and Society, 1900
I can never understand how and why we expect students with far more energy, ideas, natural creativity and far more everything, to be more "contained" in their behavior than adults.
Connected Learning: Communities and Collectives - Conversations with John Seely Brown (Part 2) about A New Culture of Learning PLUS videos from DML
Afterwards he stated in a recorded call from the jail with a cousin: "You know what school I wish I went to? Sandy Hook Elementary."
Pro-innovation-disruption-MOOC-advocate and NYTimes columnist Thomas Friedman gets nostalgic: "That's why, when the Internet first emerged and you had to connect via a modem, I used to urge that modems sold in America come with a warning label from the surgeon general, like cigarettes. It would read: "Attention: Judgment not included."
Sparks Fly In This Book Review By Guest Jonathan E. Martin about Daniel Willingham's Book & His Conclusions About Learning, Imagination & Knowledge
Radish or cookie?
And it's not about smoking. John Coleman via Harvard Business Review
Designing for Great Learning: Moving Beyond Project-Based Learning