pleasureinlearning is happy to present the next installment of R², a series focusing on reading in the college classroom. This week, Ken Casey, chair of the Liberal Arts and Social Sciences Division, shares some thoughts on reading assignments. 569 more words
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Principle of HOPE O1, offer organized curriculum aligned to standards and outcomes, to me means developing thoughtful curriculum that aligns with the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) while considering the student body and differentiating the instruction to promote successful outcomes. 456 more words
Rubber tipped arrows and darts are fun because rubber tips stick to most any smooth, nonporous surface. The elation of drawing the bow or firing the gun includes not only accuracy, but seeing the tip flatten and stick, while making the pleasing splat sound. 418 more words
According to Pressley and McCormick (2007), children with Asperger’s syndrome “do not have the kinds of substantial impairments of language and intellectual functioning found in children with autism.” At times these children can even develop higher than average intellectual abilities in specific areas. 287 more words
Despite the inherent differences between teaching a university course and training kids to command space fleets in the next alien war, I couldn’t help but find a few transferrable gems of instructional wisdom as I read this… 229 more words
Submitted by Lydia Ross, Programmer of Education, School and Teacher Programs, Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago. Re-published from NAEA Digication e-Portfolio site.
As 21st century art teachers there are so many competing pressures for time and attention that it can sometimes be difficult to focus on a core concern of creative teachers. 784 more words