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The haunting beauty of abandoned theaters

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A collection of images celebrating the beauty in abandoned threatres


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Christina Force's curator insight, October 21, 2013 6:05 PM

Abandoned places are always so intruiging. Just concentrating on theatres keeps it really singe minded too and easier to compare the differences (and similarities).

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Self and Peer Assessment scaffolding sheets | Great Maths Teaching Ideas

Self and Peer Assessment scaffolding sheets | Great Maths Teaching Ideas | Foto | Scoop.it

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William Emeny's curator insight, November 17, 2013 1:22 PM

Idea to improve the quality of feedback given during self and peer assessment

Rakhee Cherian's curator insight, December 7, 2013 5:11 PM

This article helped me think about a new perspecitive. Not just thinking how I can directly help the student but also how they can help themselves. Or get help from other peers. It was good for me to realize that they can get help from many places. And sometimes working with their peers can be effective for them build confidence and learn. I thought the charts were an effective way of also making the students think about themselves. And although exploring my own thoughts have always been difficult for me Ive realized that is can be an effective way to grow and find new understanding. This article gave me some good ideas. And especially allowed me to think of a few of my own. And hopefully when I can become a teacher I will be able to expand my horizons about skills and activities to help my students. 

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The ghosts and beauty of abandoned locations

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Andre Govia is a London-based photographer who documents haunting scenes from abandoned locations and often captures them exactly the way their occupants left them: cluttered, dusty, silent and honestly creepy. 


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