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Five Surefire Ways to Engage Students, Part Two: Multiple Intelligences & Learning Styles

Looking for ways to engage your students and motivate them to be self-directed learners?  Here is the second of five installments of surefire tips!  This time we focus on Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences and find out “WHAT KIND OF ‘SMART’ ARE YOU (AND YOUR STUDENTS)? WHY DO WE CARE ABOUT HOW KIDS PREFER TO … Continue reading

Technology in the Classroom

Driving to work this morning, curiosity got the best of me and I found myself pulling ever-closer to the car in front of me in an effort to read the tiny print on an intriguing bumper sticker. When I finally managed to make out what it said, I realized it was a rant against tailgaters. … Continue reading

Swatting the Mosquitoes

Diane Ross The Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning I sparked a conversation in my graduate Human Development class not long ago when I mentioned the ring tones that most adults cannot hear.  This was ‘news’ to every person in the class, including some who can probably still hear the young-eared frequencies. You see, a … Continue reading

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The Centers for Quality Teaching and Learning expands and supports high quality teaching and effective, supportive leadership. QTL Processes bring together technology, teamwork, student data and research-based instruction to create more engaging lesson design for greater student achievement.

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