The author is an American, New Englander, science teacher and blogger.
A favorite quote: “A room without books is like a body without a soul” – Marcus Tullius Cicero, 1st century BC
Here’s a great throwback photo. Never too early to role model family values, literacy and the love of learning.
ADI ( argument driven inquiry)
High Interest Articles
Reframing the Mind. Howard Gardner and the theory of multiple intelligences, By Daniel T. Willingham
Challenges with modern students
The Writing Revolution: Students’ inability to translate thoughts into coherent, well-argued paragraphs impedes achievement
For students: Writing
Prep for Standardized Tests
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