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A-Guide-to-Four-Cs.pdf


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Amy Burns's curator insight, March 24, 2014 8:29 AM

Helpful definitions, lesson ideas and resource links provided in this guide.

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SWEDEN How do the public and school library systems work together? | Scandinavian Library Quarterly

"Based on unwavering support by the municipalities, the Swedish public and school library systems can look back on a long history of fruitful collaboration. The libraries often share premises and cooperate to varying degrees, both with and without formal agreements. Statistics for 2010 indicate that 43 per cent of 1,214 Swedish public libraries were integrated with their counterparts in the schools."


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Why Teaching Helps Students Learn More Deeply

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For thousands of years, people have known that the best way to understand a concept is to explain it to someone else. “While we teach, we learn,” said the Roman philosopher Seneca.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, July 2, 2013 9:57 PM


Students enlisted to tutor others, these researchers have found, work harder to understand the material, recall it more accurately and apply it more effectively. In a phenomenon that scientists have dubbed “the protégé effect,” student teachers score higher on tests than pupils who are learning only for their own sake.


But how can children, still learning themselves, teach others? One answer: They can tutor younger kids. The benefits of this practice were indicated by a pair of articles published in 2007 in the journals Science and Intelligence.


The studies concluded that first-born children are more intelligent than their later-born brothers and sisters and suggested


===> that their higher IQs result from the time they spend showing their younger siblings the ropes. <===


Peter van Cuylenburg's curator insight, October 7, 2014 5:18 PM

An article about students teaching other students so that learning is enhanced for everyone who participates.