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Category Archives: learning
Just because you find a lot of information does not mean you have found accurate or credible information If, as famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright claimed, “An expert is a man who stops thinking because he knows,” then can we say … Continue reading
Just because it was tossed, doesn’t mean it was caught. Just because it was talked, doesn’t mean it was taught. How do you define “learning”? And, what causes it? How much of your schooling exposed you to a stream … Continue reading
Let’s make the policy makers have to face, and work with, our students and teachers day in and day out. The same ones their legislation impacts. ________________ A note the reader: I have written before about (a former student) Lt. … Continue reading