(via @johntspencer) “But the truth is, I want students to play, because it is vital to how students learn. It may or may not come in handy in a job someday. But that’s not the point. We need to play, because we are human and that’s a part of how humans learn.”
Why Do We Need to Play? http://t.co/Eq23ZvjK via @johntspencer
The Best Posts & Articles On The “Motivation Trumps IQ” Study http://t.co/f3EGzYuj via @LarryFerlazzo
“Motivation and study skills turned out to be more important factors in terms of students’ growth (their learning curve or ability to learn) in math.”
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