Author Archives: Catlin Tucker

KOOV: Robotics and Coding Projects for Kids

It’s summertime! For those of us with children, the summer break presents some challenges. How do we keep our kids entertained? How do we encourage them to engage in mentally stimulating activities? How can we keep them learning and exploring … Continue reading

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Train Your Students to Think Like Researchers

While reading Katrina Schwartz’s article titled “How Helping Students to Ask Better Questions Can Transform Classrooms,” I was struck by the line “many older students have forgotten how to ask their own questions about the world, afraid that if they … Continue reading

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Playlists: A Path to Personalizing Learning

One reason I am such a big advocate for blended learning is that using the various models allow me to spend more time on the aspects of my job that I enjoy and feel are most valuable for students. I … Continue reading

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