Seven fascinating links from around the web. Use them as inspiration for a lesson, to open the day with a fun picture, or simply food for thought.
- Oh my! A life-sized origami elephant! Show this in the first (or last) five minutes of class and ponder how it was made.
- Thoughts on addressing effort and achievement with a rubric.
- Love this paradox-rich IKEA instruction manual. Brings in a few of these visual paradoxes.
- Basecamp is an amazing project-management tool, and it’s free for teachers!
- Love this so much. Dan Meyer’s Feedback From Computers Doesn’t Have To Be Boring.
- Nice ideas on integrating creativity and math.
- Some good advice for our kids who lack social confidence: 7 ways to be the most interesting person in any room.
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