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Four Inventive Games That Show Us the Future of Learning

By MindShift November 26, 2015

By Tanner Higgin, Graphite

I think of contemporary art as a kind of futurism. Artists tinker away in their studios like engineers, making challenging (often weird) things that reframe what’s possible. 283 more words

Educational Technology

Raising boys achievement

There are many barriers to learning for young lads. I have been digging a little deeper only to satisfy my own curiosity and remind myself that a classroom teacher has often got the odds stacked against them if they want achievement for all. 399 more words

Classroom Management

Tales from the Zombie Apocalypse: Entry 2

By Ish Stabosz
Center for Creative Instruction & Technology
Delaware Technical Community College
Stanton Campus

A little over a month ago, I reported on my efforts of gamifying my class… 1,487 more words


How do you use the LEGO brick to teach Literacy?

Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils of all abilities, whether they have little interest in writing or need to be more challenged, are able to connect with and engage in their lessons to a greater degree when they have a physical resource to inspire them. 110 more words

LEGO Education

toomanysusans reblogged this on The Learning Renaissance and commented:

Our third and final LEGO Education UK post of the day.

LEGO Education for Primary Schools - StoryStarter

LEGO® Education StoryStarter is the helping hand that kick-starts pupils’ creativity and boosts their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills at Key Stages 1 and 2. 114 more words