Learning styles are a myth

This article first appeared in the Eduk8me newsletter. Be sure to subscribe to be the first to get articles such as this. I hate to break it to you, but the idea of learning styles is a myth. It’s one of those myths that feels so right that it’s hard to believe it’s wrong. I always […]

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Coding for kids with Codemoji

Source: Codemoji® – Coding for Kids! I love all of the different takes on getting kids coding, and Codemoji® looks at using emojis to replace a lot of the static code someone would use when learning programming. Without an account, students can use the a few different playgrounds to get their feet wet. Codemoji® also […]

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Lesson ideas and resources from BBC Bitesize

Source: Home – BBC Bitesize BBC Bitesize is a website from Great Britain that houses tons of teaching resources and lesson plans. They are free to use, but the site does have two caveats. One, the grade levels are written for England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. This means if you are looking for US […]

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The curse of knowledge

This article first appeared in the Eduk8me newsletter. Be sure to subscribe to be the first to get articles such as this. The curse of knowledge is a relatively new idea, being coined in 1989. It is a state where a person with knowledge has problems putting themselves into the shoes of people without the […]

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8 cool stop motion effects

In Edu Puertas video, he shows off 8 simple animation and special effects tricks you can use in your stop motion videos. It’s a great resource for when your students are ready to advance their stop motion movie creations. Be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel and join your fellow educators on the Eduk8me […]

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