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Day Five - (Edited) A Little Less Blah

Today was Day Five. There’s not much to report. We did a diagnostic writing pre-assessment from the county. That’s basically it. Hopefully tomorrow will be more exciting.   519 more words

Classroom

Equation to predict happiness

Equation to predict happiness
5 August 2014
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/news/news-articles/0814/040814_happiness_equation

The model was then tested on 18,420 participants in the game ‘What makes me happy?’ in a smartphone app developed at UCL called ‘The Great Brain Experiment’ (www.thegreatbrainexperiment.com). 332 more words

Gamification

The Epic Adventure: Year 1

With the new school year upon us or started already, there is much for a new teacher to do not the least of which is to find a way to fit into the new school culture. 539 more words

Tim Scholze

Vitamin D Could Potentially Benefit Asthmatics

FoxNews recently posted an article that discusses new research in regards to Vitamin D’s effect on asthmatics. The study, conducted in Iran, gave supplements of Vitamin D to asthmatics for 6 months. 850 more words

Geckocap

Learning2gether with Dawn Bikowski discussing gaming and language learning

 

On Sun Aug 31 Learning2gether was honored to meet with Dawn Bikowski discussing gaming and language learning

Dawn discussed projects she’s working on for teacher training by putting digital gaming into her MA teacher training courses, including Pedagogical Grammar and Teaching Reading & Writing. 587 more words

Why the voluntary youth sector needs to play more ‘games’

I was talking with a senior manager the other day about how the voluntary sector, and particularly the youth sector, is forgetting how to have fun, and more specifically explaining the value that games and play brings to CPD, team development and group work.  1,189 more words

Matt Lent