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January 23, 2012
Bringing Forth Student Talent
Bringing Forth Student Talent

Every Child is Gifted in Someway

If you analyze the word “education,” you find that our English word derives from the past participle of the Latin word educare, similar to educere (or, “to lead out,” which is the source of our word “educe.”). In other words, one of the purposes of education is to bring forth from a student that which is innately in them: their talent and passion in life

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November 11, 2011
Sometimes You Gotta Do The Research
Sometimes You Gotta Do The Research

Researching the Efficacy of Classroom Audio

Research is a big deal when considering adopting technology for the classroom. Decision makers must consider several factors before committing themselves and their dwindling technology funds. Manufacturer’s claims are always suspect. If you’re as cynical as I am, even the testimony of other educators can be twisted. So what’s an educator to do?

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