The Best Web 2.0 Tools I use in my classroom. January 18, 2013. Click here to view original web page at mrkempreflects.blogspot.com. I like to think of my classroom as an interactive learning zone where my student's can flourish and learn no ...
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Craig Kemp's insight:
Have a watch of the first 20 minutes or so (at least) which features my blog post about Dads in Education - their discussion is brilliant around how mindsets change. Well worth a watch and definitely a follow!
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