We all live in the utopia of our mind. Some of us are living in ignorant bliss and some of us are living in the terrifying world where we watch the movie Idiocracy come to life. James Paul Gee’s book, The Anti-Education Era: Creating Smarter Students through Digital Learning discusses why we make “stupid” decisions […]Read more "Education, Ignorance, and Our Stupid Brain"
Wake up. Eat breakfast. Clean up (self and surroundings). Head to school. Work work work. After school. Extracurriculars. Homework. Dinner. Sleep. Student schedules are increasingly demanding as they get older. Although they think they can manage their day through memory alone, teaching explicit executive functioning skills helps prepare them for the demands they will face […]Read more "Technology Assistance for Executive Functions"