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A Fuller Framework for Making in Maker Education - @JackieGerstein

A Fuller Framework for Making in Maker Education - @JackieGerstein | Sonnets | Scoop.it

"I recently learned, for the first time, about Aristotle’s belief that there were three basic activities of humans: theoria (thinking), poiesis (making), and praxis (doing). Corresponding to these activities were three types of knowledge: theoretical, the end goal being truth; poietical, the end goal being production; and practical, the end goal being action (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Praxis_(process))....


All of this led me to think about how this would translate into a full spectrum of making in the context of maker educator. Having such a framework would help insure that learning from the making experience is more robust, not left up to chance. I believe a fuller spectrum or framework would including the following elements:"


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Shall I Compare a Pop Song to a Shakespearean Sonnet?

Shall I Compare a Pop Song to a Shakespearean Sonnet? | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“Shakespeare’s works are frequently cast in modern form, but Erik Didriksen, the man behind the Tumblr “Pop Sonnets,” has reversed this formula, rewinding the clock on current pop songs to render them in the form of Shakespearean sonnets.”
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The science of Shakespeare: a new look at the playwright's universe - Chemistry World

The science of Shakespeare: a new look at the playwright's universe - Chemistry World | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“Chemistry World The science of Shakespeare: a new look at the playwright's universe Chemistry World In his latest book, The science of Shakespeare, award-winning science journalist Dan Falk turns his hand to the science, or rather natural...”
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Wordsworth Sonnet - Sonnets

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Wordsworth Sonnet - posted in Sonnets: The Sonnet / English PoetryEnglish poet, William Wordsworth (1770-1850) is credited with being the leader of the romance movement in England.
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Stratford, the Shakespeare Revival and World War 1 | The ...

Stratford, the Shakespeare Revival and World War 1 | The ... | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“I have on my shelves a book entitled The Shakespeare Revival: the Stratford-upon-Avon Movement, probably acquired by my father in a second-hand shop years ago. It's always puzzled me. The book was published in 1911, ...”
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How to make a literary app: Creating the Seamus Heaney poetry app Five Fables | Quadrapheme

How to make a literary app: Creating the Seamus Heaney poetry app Five Fables | Quadrapheme | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“ARTICLE: How to Make a Literary App? Also at Quadrapheme we'll use any excuse to talk about Seamus Heaney #fivefables http://t.co/J9hV3dtSIL”
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Does Poetry Matter? - Room for Debate - NYTimes.com

Does Poetry Matter? - Room for Debate - NYTimes.com | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“Sunday's New York Times Book Review featured several new collections of poems. But does poetry matter? Is it relevant? (Does Poetry Matter?”
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Reason 98 Why the Earl of Oxford was “Shakespeare” – He's the ...

Reason 98 Why the Earl of Oxford was “Shakespeare” – He's the ... | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“We have at least some dramatic material from all twenty-nine authors, except the politician Ferrers and the courtier De Vere.” – MacDonald P. Jackson, Determining the Shakespeare Canon, 2014, p. 119 In the above excerpt ...”
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Stephen Burt: Why people need poetry - YouTube

Stephen Burt: Why people need poetry - YouTube | Sonnets | Scoop.it
"We're all going to die — and poems can help us live with that." In a charming and funny talk, literary critic Stephen Burt takes us on a lyrical journey wit...
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SONNET 6: TIME LORD - Poetry Has Returned

SONNET 6: TIME LORD - Poetry Has Returned | Sonnets | Scoop.it
Tweet Tweet Celestial sentry fencing future storms, This scrappy pacifist flies the past skies, His eagle eye sees evil’s secret forms, His hearts’ companions hark his truths or lies, Our poor lone orphan forlorn for all times, Who frays free slaves...
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Shakespeare's Schoolroom

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An introduction to the historic Guildhall in Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's schoolroom and still a part of King Edward VI School today, presented by Michael Wood.
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Know Students Better: 15 Tools for Formative Assessment @tonyvincent

Know Students Better: 15 Tools for Formative Assessment @tonyvincent | Sonnets | Scoop.it
When teachers know their students well, they can build strong connections that lead to better learning. Knowing students’ interests, strengths, and weaknesses help teachers tailor learning experiences for their students. Formative assessment is how teachers collect information about what students know, don’t know, and want to learn. Formative assessment takes many forms, including exit tickets, discussions, games, and quizzes. These kinds of informal assessments can also help teachers get to know their students as learners and as people.

There is a very wide variety of digital formative assessment tools that can be used for free (often charging for extra features). I’ve written a little about 15 of them below. Most of these tools work with any web browser, so they are great for laptops, computer labs, iPads, Chromebooks, tablets, and smartphones.

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Dr. Theresa Kauffman's curator insight, August 10, 9:59 AM
Some resources for engaging students. You can engage your students more effectively when you know them well. Check these out!
cherimacleod's curator insight, August 12, 5:00 AM
Tools for formative assessment, classroom assessment techniques (CATs)
Agora Abierta's comment, August 21, 5:40 AM
Loves how you show the tools and very useful for gamification beginnings.
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Magic Oxygen Literary Prize Rules

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The rules for the Magic Oxygen Literary Prize
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Folger Shakespeare Library Puts 80,000 Images of Literary Art Online, and They’re All Free to Use

Folger Shakespeare Library Puts 80,000 Images of Literary Art Online, and They’re All Free to Use | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“Has a writer ever inspired as many adaptations and references as William Shakespeare? In the four hundred years since his death, his work has patterned much of the fabric of world literature and seen countless permutations on stage and screen.”
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REEL TIME: Christopher Ricks on Eliot’s Auditory Imagination | Woodberry Poetry Room - YouTube

REEL TIME: Christopher Ricks on Eliot’s Auditory Imagination | Woodberry Poetry Room - YouTube | Sonnets | Scoop.it
Christopher Ricks (author of T.S. Eliot and Prejudice; Decisions and Revisions in T.S. Eliot; and T.S. Eliot: Inventions of the March Hare) explores the edit...
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Yes, Shakespeare coined words. But that's just the start of his contribution to the English language

Yes, Shakespeare coined words. But that's just the start of his contribution to the English language | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“Shakespeare may not have invented as many words as once thought, but he turned the English language on its head. Perhaps that's the reason both he and English have such global appeal.”
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Poetry.com – Share your Poem. Get Reviews in 60 minutes or less

Poetry.com – Share your Poem. Get Reviews in 60 minutes or less | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“With over 14 millions poems, Poetry.com is the world’s largest and most vibrant poetry community. Share your best poems, have your poetry reviewed, earn points, get badges, interact with amateur poets and writers, and more.”
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Preparing a Shakespeare Monologue, Part 3: Poetry - YouTube

Preparing a Shakespeare Monologue, Part 3: Poetry - YouTube | Sonnets | Scoop.it
Free to use for educational purposes! Please credit Ryan Stevenson and the Merely Players Shakespeare Camp. Due to time constraints, I recorded my notes for ...
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This 14 Year Old Wrote A Simple Poem That Has Left The World Stunned.

This 14 Year Old Wrote A Simple Poem That Has Left The World Stunned. | Sonnets | Scoop.it
“This poem is pure genius. (This 14 Year Old Wrote A Simple Poem That Has Left The World Stunned.”
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Creative Space

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Welcome to the home of IdeasTap's Creative Space programme - apply for a place and find out more about the IdeasTap members currently working from our Hub Floor...
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poetryarchive.org | Poetry archive

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