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The other week I pulled up to work at the same time as one of our Grade 1/2 teachers. While I got out of my car juggling my usual laptop bag, lunch and sets of keys, I noticed that this teacher was carrying nothing but his lunchbox. “Traveling light?”
Leave alone the price, I will discuss in this post why a $.99 ballpoint pen and a paper notepad is still better than a $500.00+ iPad.
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April 23, 2012 by mrkaiser208 I have been writing this blog for just over two years now.
Ernest Hemingway used to leave his final sentence of each day half finished. It gave him an easy starting point for the next morning. This interview on the creative process is part II in an interview with award-winning author Fred Waitzkin. Part I can be found here . Reading time: - Bolded points (teaser) – 3 minutes - All – 15 minutes
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Laelia & Flight Pendant Light by Sharon Marston London lighting designer Sharon Marston, renowned for her sculptural use of fibre optics, has created two spectacular chandeliers for the touring exhibition Designing 007: Fifty Years of James Bond Style, which opens in Shanghai on March 28. A bespoke piece, entitled Laelia, was commissioned by exhibition designer Ab Rogers Design and is installed in the casino section of the James Bond exhibition. The chandelier took more than eight weeks to make and comprises 4000 clear glass pieces, each hand blown to Marstonâ€™s specifications and assembled on 4000 strands of meandering ultra-fine fibre optic filaments in Marstonâ€™s studio. Read More…
Before you hit send on that next email, perhaps you should run down this list, just to be sure: Is it going to just one person? (If yes, jump to #10) Since it's going to a group, have I thought about who is on my list? Are they blind copied? Did every person on the list really and truly opt in? Not like sort of, but really ask for it?
I recently attended an educational assessment conference in which Ronald Ferguson from the Harvard Kennedy School was the keynote speaker.
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The economy has changed, probably forever. School hasn't. School was invented to create a constant stream of compliant factory workers to the growing businesses of the 1900s.
A community about to build or rehab a school often creates checklists of best practices, looks for furniture that matches its mascot, and orders shiny new lockers to line its corridors. These are all fine steps, but the process of planning and designing a new school requires both looking outward (to the future, to the community, to innovative corporate powerhouses) as well as inward (to the playfulness and creativity that are at the core of learning). In many ways, what makes the Googles of the world exceptional begins in the childhood classroom -- an embrace of creativity, play, and collaboration. It was just one year ago that 1,500 CEOs identified creativity as the number-one leadership competency in our complex global marketplace.
Posted by |Tenkely| Recently the 8th grade students at Anastasis Academy embarked on a cultural journey around Denver. Below are pictures of the travels and reflections from the students. Hindu Temple