Common Sense Education has released a 1-minute video featuring four websites to separate fact from fiction. When the next viral story, makes it to class, take break to discuss media literacy and help your students determine how these sites can be of value.
On Friday I wrote a post that featured links to blog posts about using hexagonal learning in elementary school and high school classrooms. That post also featured the ClassTools hexagons generator. That tool lets you create online and offline hexagonal learning activities for your students.
La sesquidécada de febrero es especialmente monstruosa. Como expliqué en notas anteriores, hace quince años estaba preparando mi tesis sobre la vinculación de las relaciones de sucesos extraordinarios con la literatura fantástica. No es extraño, pues, que dos de los libros que aparecen en esta sesquidécada representen la conjunción de ambos géneros.
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