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A FEW years ago, in a supermarket, I swiped my bank card to pay for groceries. I watched the little screen, waiting for its prompts. During the intervals between swiping my card, confirming the amount and entering my PIN, I was shown advertisements. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  education  environment  psychology 
march 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Joy: A Subject Schools Lack - The Atlantic
Becoming educated should not require giving up pleasure. via Pocket
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january 2015 by jeremiahmoore
Unschooling: The Case for Setting Your Kids Into the Wild | Nature | OutsideOnline.com
In early September, in a clapboard house situated on 43 acres just outside a small town in northern Vermont, two boys awaken. They are brothers; the older is 12, the younger 9, and they rise to a day that has barely emerged from the clutches of dark. via Pocket
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august 2014 by jeremiahmoore
New Minecraft Mod Teaches You Code as You Play | Enterprise | WIRED
Like many nine-year-olds, Stanley Strum spends a lot of time building things in Minecraft, the immersive game that lets your create your own mini-universe. The game has many tools. But Stanley is one of many players taking the game a step further by building entirely new features into the game. via P
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  education  games  school 
august 2014 by jeremiahmoore
A Teacher's Guide to Generation X Parents | Edutopia
Not long ago, administrators at a small private school in New York City were reorganizing two mixed-grade elementary classrooms. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  education  parenting 
july 2014 by jeremiahmoore
ModMath - The first iPad app made specifically for people with dysgraphia and dyslexia.
For some, the hardest part about math is writing the darn problem. Introducing ModMath. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  app  dyslexia  education 
july 2014 by jeremiahmoore
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There are few modern relationships as fraught as the one between art and money. Are they mortal enemies, secret lovers or perfect soul mates? Is the bond between them a source of pride or shame, a marriage of convenience or something tawdrier? via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  art  culture  economics  education 
may 2014 by jeremiahmoore
Stephanie Syjuco - John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Stephanie Syjuco creates large-scale spectacles of collected cultural objects, cumulative archives, and temporary vending installations, often with an active public component that invites viewers to directly participate as producers or distributors. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  art  education  sanfrancisco 
april 2014 by jeremiahmoore
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I’D like to tell you what was wrong with the tests my students took last week, but I can’t. Pearson’s $32 million contract with New York State to design the exams prohibits the state from making the tests public and imposes a gag order on educators who administer them. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket  Article  education  politics 
april 2014 by jeremiahmoore
Middle schools present vexing problem for D.C. leaders as parents choose other options - The Washington Post
Dupont Circle’s Ross Elementary has undergone a transformation in recent years, morphing from a school that neighbors dismissed into one so highly sought-after that there is a near-hopeless waiting list for pre-kindergarten classes. via Pocket
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march 2014 by jeremiahmoore
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In July 2012, a few months before he was to officially take over as president of the College Board, David Coleman invited Les Perelman, then a director of writing at M.I.T., to come meet with him in Lower Manhattan. via Pocket
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march 2014 by jeremiahmoore
The Test Boycott Is On! | I AM AN EDUCATOR
The testing boycott is official! Today, teachers at Maria Saucedo Elementary Scholastic Academy and Thomas Drummond Elementary School are refusing to distribute the Illinois Standards Achievement Tests (ISAT), even though Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett has said they could lose thei v
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march 2014 by jeremiahmoore
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The Common Core has been applauded by education leaders and promoted by the Obama administration as a way to replace a hodgepodge of state standards with one set of rigorous learning goals. via Pocket
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february 2014 by jeremiahmoore
Everything you need to know about Common Core — Ravitch
Diane Ravitch, the education historian who has become the leader of the movement against corporate-influenced school reform, gave this speech to the Modern Language Association on Jan. 11 about the past, present and future of the Common Core State Standards. via Pocket
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january 2014 by jeremiahmoore
School is a prison — and damaging our kids - Salon.com
Longer school years aren't the answer. The problem is school itself. Compulsory teach-and-test simply doesn't work Parents send their children to school with the best of intentions, believing that’s what they need to become productive and happy adults. via Pocket
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january 2014 by jeremiahmoore
Water phase diagram
Phase diagrams show the preferred physical states of matter at different temperatures and pressure. Within each phase, the material is uniform with respect to its chemical composition and physical state. via Pocket
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january 2014 by jeremiahmoore
Boris Johnson missed the point on IQ – gifted children are failed by the system | Deborah Orr | Comment is free | The Guardian
In all the furore surrounding Boris Johnson's comments on IQ, one of the many respects in which he was utterly wrong has been barely mentioned. In fairness, this isn't entirely Johnson's fault. via Pocket
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january 2014 by jeremiahmoore
The Power (and Peril) of Praising Your Kids -- New York Magazine
The inverse power of praise. What do we make of a boy like Thomas? Thomas (his middle name) is a fifth-grader at the highly competitive P.S. 334, the Anderson School on West 84th. via Pocket
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january 2014 by jeremiahmoore
Theatre of the Oppressed - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Theatre of the Oppressed describes theatrical forms that the Brazilian theatre practitioner Augusto Boal first elaborated in the 1960s, initially in Brazil and later in Europe. Boal was influenced by the work of the educator and theorist Paulo Freire. via Pocket
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december 2013 by jeremiahmoore
How a Radical New Teaching Method Could Unleash a Generation of Geniuses | Wired Business | Wired.com
José Urbina López Primary School sits next to a dump just across the US border in Mexico. The school serves residents of Matamoros, a dusty, sunbaked city of 489,000 that is a flash point in the war on drugs. via Pocket
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december 2013 by jeremiahmoore
European Maps Showing Origins Of Common Words - Business Insider
U.S. playwright Rita Mae Brown said: "Language is the road map of a culture. It tells you where its people come from and where they are going." via Pocket
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december 2013 by jeremiahmoore
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FOR many education advocates, the arts are a panacea: They supposedly increase test scores, generate social responsibility and turn around failing schools. Most of the supporting evidence, though, does little more than establish correlations between exposure to the arts and certain outcomes. via Pock
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november 2013 by jeremiahmoore
Are We Raising a Generation of Helpless Kids? | Mickey Goodman
When a college freshman received a C- on her first test, she literally had a meltdown in class. Sobbing, she texted her mother who called back, demanding to talk to the professor immediately (he, of course, declined). via Pocket
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november 2013 by jeremiahmoore
Hawkins Centers of Learning | Hawkins Centers of Learning Official Website
Frances and David Hawkins were a husband and wife team of teacher and educational philosopher, whose work transcends time and place. She was a teacher, deeply observant of children’s learning processes. He drew upon her observations and writing to develop a philosophy of education, ranging from the specifics of the adult/child learning relationship to the higher domains of public education policy. Together, their writings informed a generation of education professionals, and programs, worldwide.
schools  philosophy  gifted  learning  education 
september 2013 by jeremiahmoore
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Nicely framed #article: two competing cultures of #education http://t.co/Xr9bNEVvqp
from_twitter  article  education 
august 2013 by jeremiahmoore
The Noisy Planet
Excellent introduction to noise in the world. Good illustrations, animations and text melded into a web interface... with SOUND.
sound  acousticecology  newbies  education  noise 
march 2013 by jeremiahmoore
Web Fundamentals | Codecademy
HTML, HTML5, CSS, etc. Full courses, not just thin tutorials.
webdev  tutorial  learning  education  howto  isaiah 
february 2013 by jeremiahmoore
Woolman at Sierra Friends Center | Educational Community for Peace, Justice & Sustainability
Woolman is a nonprofit educational community dedicated to the principles of peace, justice and sustainability. Originally founded in 1963 as a Quaker high school, Woolman now offers educational programs for teens, retreats for adults, and summer camps for children and families. John Woolman, an 18th century Quaker human rights activist who aspired to live his life in complete integrity with his principles inspired the name for the school.
camp  kids  education 
february 2013 by jeremiahmoore
CS107 Binary Card Trick
Stanford CS prof Julie Zelenski shared this trick.
math  education 
october 2012 by jeremiahmoore
Base 2 Trick (binary cereal box trick)
stanford CS prof julie zelenski turned me on to this. Fun trick to try w kids! Better printing version: http://www.stanford.edu/class/cs107/other/binarycardtrick.html
math  education 
october 2012 by jeremiahmoore
Minute of Listening | Sound and Music¬es=
Project I get elementary school kids listening to various sounds for one minute a day. Operates as software (on the web?)
Listening  sound  acousticecology  music  school  parenting  kids  arts  education 
march 2012 by jeremiahmoore
Susan Winebrenner | Differentiation of instruction, education
Books, consultation, differentiation strategies and approaches for schools
resource  education  gifted 
january 2012 by jeremiahmoore
WhooGoo !! Site
website / webapp for social sharing among tweens. produced by Shauna Leff, who I know from perhaps BAVC
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november 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Edible Education: Food as Culture - YouTube
Director Peter Sellars amazing talk at Michael Pollan's class at UC Berkeley "Edible Education: Food as Culture"
education  food  politics  theater  video  lecture 
october 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Learn to code | Codecademy
Learn Javascript in a little cool web interface
tools  education  learning  software  webdev 
august 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Vi Hart: Blog
great funny educational semi-animated drawings and videos which illustrate mathematical concepts -- getting to Actual math concepts, not becoming stuck in particular notation or methods.  it "gets it."
math  art  video  education 
august 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Composition 1.01: How Email Can Change the Way Professors Teach - James Somers - Technology - The Atlantic
Professor responds really fast, w/ well considered responses to students' writing.  Cool, Effective.  (can you get paid for this time?)
education  writing  teaching 
july 2011 by jeremiahmoore
MIT Comparative Media Studies
The MIT Comparative Media Studies (CMS) program is committed to the art of thinking across media forms, theoretical domains, cultural contexts, and historical periods. Our work encourages the bridging of theory and practice, as much through course work as through participation in faculty and independent research projects.

The goal of our program is not to replicate existing paradigms, but as an early CMS backer said, to prepare students for jobs that don't yet exist. We consult regularly with leaders in industry, the arts, public policy, journalism, education, and the nonprofit sector, trying to understand contemporary developments, identify job and internship opportunities, and pinpoint skills and knowledge which will help prepare our students for new opportunities.
school  education  technology  art 
july 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Piazza - The New, Free Way to Q&A for Classrooms.
homework help site.  Focused on college; would this work for elementary students?
education  kids  software  tools  homework 
july 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Kill Math
Ideas - ways to use (computer enabled?) creative visualization as a math teaching tool.
article  math  education  infographics 
may 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Lunch Love Community - Home
Green Schoolyard, Slow Food,  Edible Schoolyard
locationbasedaudiogroup  education  food  politics 
may 2011 by jeremiahmoore
about us :
Acurious.org provides one-of-a-kind workshops driven by the curiosity of your child. We aim to induce wonder and spark enthusiasm for the everyday world around us. We consider play, the mysterious work of the child, to be an advanced and sophisticated endeavor, profoundly central to a child’s individual development and theories about the world. Our workshops encourage discovery through free play, tinkering, and imagination.
education  art  learning 
april 2011 by jeremiahmoore
The Stelton Modern School
It utilized the ideals and practices of "free education" developed by Frederick Froebel, Mikhail Bakunan and Francisco Ferrer; and stands today as a landmark in the history of both the free education movement, and the anarchist movement in early 20th century America.  This is the history of the school, as told by some of the people who grew up there.  It includes interviews, a brief chronological history, and links to other related sites.
education  school 
april 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Baywood Learning Center
School for gifted children in Oakland
education  gifted  school  bayarea 
april 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Destiny Arts Home Page
After school program in the east bay, youth and nonviolence.  Put on a great theatrical performance April 2011 titled "Free"
arts  art  org  bayarea  education 
april 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Anki - friendly, intelligent flashcards
flash cards / flashcards system for computer and mobile platforms.
education  learning 
march 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Sexperience on Channel 4
Great, extraordinarily frank and ordinary UK website on sex and sexuality.
sex  education  educational 
january 2011 by jeremiahmoore
Anki - friendly, intelligent flashcards
Perhaps I could find some mandarin flashcards for Anki...
learning  gifted  tools  software  education  language 
may 2010 by jeremiahmoore
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