So many “research reports” are really just “regurgitation re-writes.” Here’s one way to take a research report to a much more interesting level.
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How one might revamp a “Wax Museum” project into something that focuses more on thinking than product.
I received a question from a reader regarding some unstructured time in the mornings. Sounds like the perfect chance for kids to pursue their curiosity – inspired by some delightful puzzlements, of course!
A reader asks how we can take the typical “look up facts online and then present with PowerPoint” task to an appropriate level of challenge.