Monthly Archives: March 2014

Too Much Critical Thinking

The buzz words today in education reform is “Critical Thinking”. We hear that everyone needs to be a better critical thinker. I really think these words are overused and overrated. In fact, one only has read the many blogs and … Continue reading

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Purpose in Learning

If you saw the movie, the Social Network, you know that Mark Zuckerburg spent more time when he was in college working on his website then he spent studying for his classes or even paying attention in class. He was … Continue reading

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