What is it about gaming that is so engaging? How can we take those engaging traits and apply it to our classrooms?
My sons' karate dojo had a guest instructor last week. This sensei is cancer survivor and attributes his remission to the discipline and mental toughness that karate instilled in him. Now he works with wounded warriors and uses karate to... Continue Reading →
I teach mostly High School Juniors. I find that the analogies and examples that they relate to the most tend to relate to relationships - parent/child, older sibling/younger sibling, or (most powerful) significant others. For example, One of my favorite... Continue Reading →
In my previous post (My 6 Avatar Types) I began outlining the 6 Avatar Types for my History Underground classroom. This is the last of my six avatar types (My Avatar Types – The Executive, Avatar Types – The Artisan, Avatars pt 1... Continue Reading →