Teaching Through Natural Inspiration

For learners to become lifelong learners and well-rounded happy people in society, it is important for us to work with them.  Finding innovative ways of teaching that will produce effective results is a challenge that every teacher faces in the classroom.  Integrating learning with games simply makes teaching and learning fun.  In some cases where […]

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Earth May have a Shorter Day

The 8.8-magnitude Chilean earthquake released so much energy that it may have slightly shortened the length of the Earth’s day, a NASA scientist says… …The JPL computer model suggests that the length of the Earth day may have been shortened by 1.26 millionths of a second.  The change in the length of the day came […]

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Making a Genius Brain

Did you know that playing alpha-wave music in a classroom such as Baroque, Eastern Asian, or hemi-sync combinations enhances the ability of a student to learn, study, absorb and assimilate information? It is noted by many brain scientists today say that literally anyone can have a Genius Brain if they have the proper nutrition and […]

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The Life of a Bilingual Elementary Science Teacher!: A Learner Is …

Mrs. Feliz: Buffalo, New York, United States: I am a 24 year old Elementary Science teacher in Buffalo, NY. I also attend the University of Buffalo’s Bilingual Education Master’s Program. Recently I received the best Mother’s Day Present EVER- my beautiful baby girl born May 11, 2008. View my complete profile … Blogging in the Classroom · Classroom Displays · iTeacher · Recorded Books weblog · Successful Teaching · The Tech-Savvy Teacher …

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