Monthly Archives: September 2014

Metacognition – the most important component to learning

Did you know that Tiger Woods can stop a golf stroke in mid swing if he doesn’t think it’s going to be a good one? Tiger Woods is always consciously monitoring his golf skills in order to hone in and … Continue reading

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Common Bore

Is Common Core Standards a good thing or a bad thing for public education? Nobody seems to know the answer to that questions. Common Core sounds like a great step forward to promote better learning for all students, but if … Continue reading

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