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Martin Burrett

Risk it for a biscuit…by @MaximJKelly - 0 views

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    "It was October and I was standing on the roof of a high rise building in the middle of Shanghai. Flight after flight of stairs interspersed with several elevator journeys had brought me to the summit, and the rooftop on which I now stood served as a primary school playground for hundreds of pupils. As I made my way to the edge of the building I was amazed to find that the only barrier between me and the pavement - 16 stories down - was a small wall, waist height at most. I peered over the edge and can still recall that instant feeling of danger and dizziness washing over my entire body. I stepped back and turned to the Chinese headteacher whose school I was visiting."
Martin Burrett

Quality playground experience matters - 0 views

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    "Playtime, or break, periods can offer physical, cognitive, social and emotional benefits to primary school children, but those benefits are tied closely to the quality of the playground experience. Playground safety, access to play equipment, peer conflict resolution and quality engagement between adults and students are among the factors that contribute to a quality recess experience, new research from Oregon State University (USA) shows."
Dave Truss

Top 5 Social Trends for Kids Revealed by Club Penguin Founder - 7 views

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    Play-on: the boundaries between the real and virtual world have gone for kids, it's all just one big world of play.  Now kids arrange play dates in the playground, swapping their penguin names to 'Play-on' after school in Club Penguin.  The new friends functionality will allow kids to find their friends faster, teleporting them to their friends within Club Penguin, regardless of where they are playing from or what server they're on Supportmobbing: Kidanthropy:  Kidsourcing:  Digilinguists:
Tero Toivanen

"Reboelje!" - Invisible Learning in the Netherlands | Education Futures - 2 views

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    The purpose of the Invisible Learning Tour is to raise awareness for the need for innovation in education.
Fred Delventhal

Games for kids to play online | Audio stories for children | Fun for your brain! - 0 views

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    Hi! I'm Chuck Brown...and that's my face over there to the right (well, it's not exactly my face... but people think it looks a lot like me!). I'm your host for this site. Light Up Your Brain is about inspiration, creativity, and the fun of being a kid. I've assembled some great audio stories, games and links to outside resources.
Fred Delventhal

From Joystick to Diploma: Great Sites for Online Educational Video Games | AceOnlineSch... - 0 views

  • As an online student, there are plenty of free educational video games at your fingertips, with material targeted to every ag
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    As an online student, there are plenty of free educational video games at your fingertips, with material targeted to every age
Fred Delventhal

Fun 4 The Brain - educational games for addition, subtraction, multiplication, division... - 1 views

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    All games here were made by Exuberant Games. Each game goes through important information for a certain subject matter for grades Kindergarten through 6th grade. The math games are great if you need to review your math facts for addition, subtraction , or division. Be sure to check out our new games for other subjects. * English games to review parts of speech * Reading games to help learn sight words * Science tutorials and games are coming soon! via http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2009/04/fun-4-brain-great-educational-games.html
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