Free Measure & Quote

Call now - For an obligation free evaluation of YOUR classroom needs! Oh, if it were only so easy. Right? ...
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The Truth about Wallpapering

How education policies are a bit like wallpaper You know those home makeover shows? Especially some of the British ones, ...
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The Coffee Principle of Differentiation

Yes, it is true - I drink a lot of coffee. And so, I also buy a lot of coffee ...
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De-bunking the Dyson Myth of Multiple Intelligences

So, my husband recently bought me a Dyson stick vacuum cleaner. And I must say, I am a little bit ...
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Successful! Classroom Planning

Classroom Planning with Success in Mind! In a recent classroom I had a student from a non-English speaking background, a student ...
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William’s Model of Creative Thinking

Based on the studies of the creative person and process, the William’s model is associated with the creative domain. Although ...
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The Maker Model of Differentiation

This short post is an introduction to the Maker Model of differentiation, most commonly used with students who are gifted ...
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3 Ways of Using Bloom’s Taxonomy

One of the most commonly used taxonomies for understanding and planning education curricula, assessments and learning activities is Bloom’s Taxonomy ...
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Visible Thinking in the classroom

The Visible Thinking website from Harvard Graduate School of Education has to be one of the most powerful and fun ...
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The Science Fair

One of the joys of working in a University environment, though one I suspect is no longer available, is the ...
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