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How Motivation Affects Learning

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Tweet Motivation has a direct impact on how an individual learns. The affects of motivation is normally far reaching because it increases an individual’s energy level, determines the persistence in reaching a specific goal, affects the types of learning techniques used and an individual’s thinking processes. According to human development professionals, there are two types […]

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Fun & Educational Classroom Activities to Teach Kids about Other Cultures

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Tweet Today’s guest post looks at possible lesson plans concerning cultural differences showing consideration of a range of subjects, from food to clothing.  Enjoy! ~EMP When children learn about different cultures, it helps them to build a broader understanding and enables them to engage with the world around them. From food to music, our society […]

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A Teacher’s Tale

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Tweet You will be touched by this beautiful and inspiring story of a teacher who brought a world of reading to a parent in need.   Enjoy this tale of a caring and compassionate teacher I am proud to know.~EMP In my twenty years of teaching, every so often, a student comes along that amazes me.  […]

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How Can We Not? A reawakening for the importance of artistic expression in the classroom

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Tweet I’m happy to bring you this article from a dear colleague of mine who works hard to always bring wonderful arts integrated lessons into her classroom.  This is a great reflection of her journey this year and hopes for the next.  ~EMP “Mrs. Mitchell, what colors should I use?”   I couldn’t believe what […]

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Versatility for the Real World

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Tweet “I’m never going to use this in the real world anyway.” It’s a constant refrain of students as they struggle with studies and get bored with certain subjects. As students mature, they begin to view “real world” vocationally, misunderstanding that even if they pursue a career as a lawyer then the basics of geometry […]

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Blendoku App for Mixing Colors

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Tweet Today I’d like to introduce you to a fantastic app and great new game, Blendoku.  It’s a fun way to play with colors and learn about how they can mix together and are related to one another.  My first time playing, I was hooked and shortly after, my 7-year-old son found it on my […]

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Web Conferencing—an Aid for Learning

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Tweet Web Conferencing has so many purposes in education today.  Enjoy today’s guest post which explores a few of them!  ~EMP In today’s technologically advanced world, people can be reached anytime and anywhere. With web conference services, not only do businesses are given the chance to benefit from them but professional educators and students as […]

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The Importance of Music in a Baby’s Brain Development

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Tweet After our last guest post, I am happy to follow up with this one focusing on how you can help a baby’s brain development with music.  It is just NEVER to early to start children on music.  (I had fun adding pics of my own kids playing around when they were little.)  Enjoy reading […]

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The Effects of Music Integration

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Tweet Today as a guest blogger, I have a wonderful colleague, Deb Hewey.  She is our ELL teacher at the elementary level.  I know you will love her piece about the power of music on the brain. ~EMP “Music making stands head and shoulders above other disciplines in its likely impact on overall learning” (page […]

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