Posts Categorized: Strategy

Circles as a Commonplace Book

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In early modern Europe, commonplace books (or commonplaces) were used to compile knowledge. They were essentially scrapbooks filled with everything educated writers didn’t want to forget: medical recipes, quotes, letters, poems, tables of weights and measures, proverbs, prayers, legal formulas etc. And these books often housed collections of materials along a common theme. By the […]

Overcoming Math Anxiety Webshop

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Special thanks to Al Groccia for sharing this with us from his trip to the innovations conference Overcoming Math Anxiety: A Webshop This self-paced, interactive workshop is available to help individuals recognize and conquer math anxiety, to explore new approaches to learning math, and to discover how math experiences in the past may impact an […]

How can I share with Circles of Innovation?

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Are you interested in helping or contributing to Circles of Innovation? We would love to have your input, ideas, links, & content, and there are a variety of ways you can help. The easiest way to help would be to surf the site and rank the content by clicking on the star ratings at the […]

Cellphones in the classroom by James May

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Thank you James for your presentation at Valencia’s Learning Day and for being willing to share it here with Circles of Innovation. In the short time I had to speak, I very briefly dropped the idea of how to use QR code and Backchanneling. The video below gives a very quick (down and dirty) example […]