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An eloquent argument for instruction that encourages discipline specific reasoning, rather than providing the answers up front.
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This view of bloom's for flipped classrooms is very intriguing.
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Best statement for the arts from a Christian world view I've seen in ages.
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I'm on Google+ waiting for the hangout to fire up!
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This is the best presentation on the central role of curiosity in the learning process that I've found. This is a "must watch" for educators!
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"When students know how to ask their own questions, they take greater ownership of their learning, deepen comprehension, and make new connections and discoveries on their own. However, this skill is rarely, if ever, deliberately taught to students from kindergarten through high school."  Read this article!
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Given that students in primary & secondary school are being taught to be good test takers, rather than innovative question-askers, I am encouraged by initiatives like the 4-24 project, which encourages individuals to set aside 4 minutes every day, 365 days a year, to develop good questions. Whether these questions are about your business, an idea you've come up with, or something you are curious about, this might be a helpful way to rekindle something we may have lost along the way--curiosity.
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This definitely goes on my wish list!
http://www.dji.com/
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Some very good ideas for idea creation and communication.
Damn Good Advice
Damn Good Advice
slideshare.net
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