Posts Tagged ‘ learning ’

Learning for the sake of learning

No grades in the first year of a three-year pilot course at Augsburg… “Grades get in the way,” said Lars Christiansen, a sociology professor who is researching grades and five colleges that decided to do without them. “They become this extrinsic goal that … can be in conflict with trying to cultivate students’ intrinsic...
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Homeschooling Thought Provokers

When I bumped into a link to a site of homeschooling quotes I am not sure what I expected to find, but once I started reading I just kept reading because I like quotes, and this is a good collection of thought provokers. From the site: These life-learning, life-affirming quotations will help you find...
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It’s a little disconcerting when the people on a page start talking, but Flyp is a fascinating example of integrating media and the evolution of magazines.
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