New Classroom Set Up: Encouraging Self-Directed Learning and Collaboration
Hi! We are Mollie and Amy from Two Nutty Teachers Teachin' from the Same Tree, and we have been playing the 'What If' game for quite some time... What if we completely emptied our classrooms and created a new environment that felt inviting, comfortable, and highlighted all of the things we feel are key to student success? This year we finally got brave and took
6 Education Theorists All Teachers Should Know Infographic - e-Learning Infographics
The 6 Education Theorists All Teachers Should Know present 6 people that did some of the major research in education.
Vallentuna bibliotek, Sverige
Kulturhuset i Vallentuna nord for Stockholm indeholder specialdesignede indretningsløsninger med høj funktionalitet og kvalitet – helt efter arkitekten Eva Nybergs ønsker.
Why can’t a library be fun?
The other day I (literally) woke up thinking about the next plan for the library window display. I want it to be fun. I want students to care. I want to get students into the library. So I will bri…
How to Remember More of What You Learn with Spaced Repetition
Using spaced repetition in conjunction with other study techniques can help you memorize information much, much more quickly. Here's how to do it.
Michelle Reid Many thanks to Michelle for sharing this fabulous idea - definitely one to try! We held a “Six-Word Book Review” challenge this spring, inspired by SMITH Magazine’s six-word memoirs. The rules were simple: students and staff could choose any book, and write exactly 6 words about it. Their response could be their reaction to the book, a “teaser,” a summary, description of a character – pretty much anything they wanted to say about the book. I made a short Power-Point…