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“Brain Breaks” give students better focus
Guest blogger: Jonas Kärnström, Lead Teacher at VRS Djursholm Can we improve student focus and, ultimately, their academic results by having them “move more”? I have been thinking about this notion for some time. I have read studies about just … Continue reading
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How to use time in the best way? #droptheschedule
At our school, May is a crazy, chaotic month. Students and teachers have worked for 10 months learning new skills, developing abilities and growing knowledge in each course. With one month left, we are all trying to focus on … Continue reading
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Learning in the great outdoors!
Biology 1 students leave the classroom to learn more . . . Continue reading
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Learning Biology in the great outdoors!
Tyresta National Park is a fantastic resource for teachers, students and anyone who lives near Stockholm. The park is full of pristine hiking areas. Due to the forest fire that raged there in 1999, visitors have the opportunity to see … Continue reading
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