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Getting the Waves

“Whether driving your car or reading in the library, sound provides you with information about the world around you. Sound serves two basic functions for people around the world: signalling and communication”.[1]”Why Is Sound Important?” University of Calgary. University of Read more ›

PE Teachers lead out in assessing tacit knowledge acquisition

Tacit knowledge Knowledge that’s difficult to write down, visualize or transfer from one person to another.[1]http://wwwbusinessdictionary.com/definition/tacit-knowledge.html 10 examples of tacit knowledge[2]http://management.simplicable.com/management/new/10-examples-of-tacit-knowledge A good writer can describe the movement or motion of an athlete. Unfortunately, we are not all good writers. Read more ›

How do you teach coding without a computer?

Coding with four year olds is a hot trend these days [1]http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/do-we-really-need-to-learn-to-code[2]http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/10/15/tech-rivals-lay-down-arms-for-youth-coding/?_r=2. But as parents rush to enroll their children in programming camps and classes, they face growing research to reduce screen time. Yes, life has changed, yet not the Read more ›