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Planning for Common Core from Elementary Math 101

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Common Core Resources


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Why Listening Is So Much More Than Hearing

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Hearing, for the most part, is a no-brainer. When we listen, that’s when the neurons really fire.

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Four Strategies to Spark Curiosity via Student Questioning | Edutopia

Four Strategies to Spark Curiosity via Student Questioning | Edutopia | speaking and listening | Scoop.it

Curiosity is the name we give to the state of having unanswered questions. And unanswered questions, by their nature, help us maintain a learning mindset. When we realize that we do not know all there is to know about something in which we are interested, we thirst. We pursue. We act as though what we do not know is more important than what we do, as though what we do not possess is worth the chase to own it. How do we help students discover this drive?


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Why Questions Are More Important Than Answers

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Why Questions Are More Important Than Answers

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Mary Perfitt-Nelson's curator insight, January 27, 2013 11:38 AM

Ahh, what it requires to formulate questions.  This is the core of learning and thinking.  

Wendi Pillars's curator insight, January 28, 2013 9:07 PM

Can never learn too much about the art of crafting the perfect question...