In light of the realities of the 21st century, I think all history classes should be interdisciplinary courses about current events, taught backwards.
It’s not my question, it’s The Daily Riff’s. And it’s probably not the correct question to ask – there are certainly many different ways of doing school that will work well. So, maybe a better question would be “What makes a great school?” Let this video about High Tech High […]
Recently I watched a TED talk which got me thinking about Mathematics in a way I hadn’t before. To cut straight to the video, scroll down. Let me be clear at the start of this post: I’ve had a difficult relationship with the academic subject area called “Math”. I did […]
Karl Fisch keeps an excellent blog and is the co-author of the video “Shift Happens”. He’s experimenting with flipping homework and classwork in his math class, and it’s making a difference already (read Fisch’s early observations here). A couple of my math colleagues are finding this works as well, and […]