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Free Writing- on teaching

How and where did I desire to teach?  Why am I drawn to the mystique of teaching, this internal desire to make a difference in my student’s lives? 787 more words

Free Writing

The App Generation by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis: Chapter 2 Summary

It is easy to see that young people are inundated with the technology of digital. They give the impression to be plugged in most of the time.  316 more words

Guest post: If only we were all the same (by Dickie Wada-Thomas)

Dickie Wada-Thomas has many years of teaching experience across primary school and is now ICT Co-ordinator. Dickie has two children of his own. Follow him on Twitter… 1,029 more words

Child Development

Can Philanthropy Be a Profession? Should it Be?

Editors’ Note: In 1995, Howard Gardner, a psychologist-turned qualitative social scientist, joined forces with psychologists Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and William Damon to start the Good Work Project—an empirical study of the professions in the United States and of how such work could be conducted in an ethical manner… 1,194 more words

New Works In The Field

An Ideal Education

Ignorance and greed are this country’s worst problems, and Donald Trump is the King of the Greedy Ignoramuses.  I’m not sure what to do about greed because it’s a tough nut to crack – those who have a lot seem only to want MORE – but maybe, just maybe, we can do something about widespread ignorance. 1,550 more words

Musings

Learning Styles - help or hoax?

A Professor in a Pickle

Some years ago, H. Douglas Brown, a professor of TESOL at San Francisco State University, was traveling from Barcelona, Spain, to Naples, Italy, a trip that would normally take a few hours. 1,008 more words

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