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If ignorance is bliss, what is knowledge?

Updated: May 5, 2019

Knowledge is what allows us to change and grow. Knowledge keeps us alive and gives us hope. That is why teachers need to walk side by side with scientists. We need to learn better ways to motivate and engage our students.

All our students.

In my case, learning about technology in the classroom has given me the power to design learning opportunities that inspire my students to learn and share. It is not about using research to just find answers, but to use research to improve our teaching. Don’t think research articles are only for scholars. Don’t be afraid, find a topic that interests you and start curating your own list of articles. If you are interested in languages, you may borrow mine. Take a look and never stop learning:

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