Teaching & Learning

Teaching & Learning

Meaningful Learning: Wellness as Preparation for College Success

By Jenifer Fox, M.Ed.

By definition, when we prepare people, we are making them ready for use. With regard to education, the fundamental question should be, “what is the use for which we are preparing learners?” The answer to this basic question challenges teachers, administrators and parents and therefore, it is too...

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Whole Brain Teaching: Learning the Way the Brain is Designed

By Jeff Battle, B.A., M.A.T.

For a new teacher going into your first classroom is a prospect that is both exciting and frightening. Training and practical experience under the tutelage of professors and experienced teachers is all well and good, but those people are not with you when you walk into that room and look into...

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Engaging Students for Sustained Learning

By Robert Greenleaf, Ph.D. and Sharyn Orvis

Students in the 21st century are continuously bombarded with the requirements of curriculum content, standards, and technological expectations that extend beyond what most of us were prepared to teach. Never before have there been so many questions about what is essential to learn, within such a...

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Teachers of the Future: The Future of Education

Thomas Frey

Thomas Frey, founder of the DaVinci Institute, sees a radical shift beginning in the world of education within...

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Training for Transformation: Teachers, Technology, and the Third Millennium

By Tim Ham, Ed.D.

The Third Millennium is characterized by a rapid explosion of technological developments. These advances create challenges for educators and the need to develop a deeper understanding and skill set to meet the needs of future learners. In order to meet these challenges we need to encourage...

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