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Whose Shoes Are You Wearing?

Most of us are familiar with the sayings, “walk a mile in someone else’s shoes” and “big shoes to fill.” The idea of walking a mile in someone else’s shoes urges us to develop understanding for another person’s perspective, while having big shoes to fill refers to the expectation that we live up to a standard set by another. 466 more words

Personal Growth

Improving adolescent social competence

Pendry, P., et al. (2014). Improving Adolescent Social Competence and Behavior: A Randomized Trial of an 11-Week Equine Facilitated Learning Prevention Program. The Journal of Primary Prevention, 237 more words

Equine-assisted Learning (EAL)

Do you wanna try for fifty ?

I have been trying to imagine how technology and teaching will look in 50 years.

Go to my LEARNING SPACE OF THE FUTURE  to see what I came up with.

Classroom Technology

Every Child is an Artist by Nature

“Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.” ―Pablo Picasso

All human beings are creative by nature.

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Creative Systems Thinking

Who needs School , when I can learn at the bus stop?

While researching learning spaces I came across this video from the New Zealand team Core Education. Its a fabulous summary of what education will look like in the future. 30 more words


Media Partner #59: Access Living, Chicago, IL

We are so lucky to have Access Living as our media partner to help us with outreach to the Chicago disability community!

Access Living is a change agent committed to fostering an inclusive society that enables Chicagoans with disabilities to live fully-engaged and self-directed lives. 45 more words

News And Guest Blog Posts

WFFE? W01 Reflection: Learning Experience

One of Week 1 of “What Future in Education?”‘s activities is to reflect on own’s learning experience, based on a post by other students.

“That feeling of accomplishment is what makes learning worth all the effort”. 294 more words