Thursday, February 21, 2008

Learning Connections/Curriculum

The Learning Connections section is the meat of L&L, the reason the magazine came into being these 35 years ago. It is where teachers share their successful classroom projects, either as ready-to-use activities you can pop into your curriculum or as ideas for you to adapt to meet the needs of your students and school system.

Which ideas worked for you? Which didn't? What work did you have to do to integrate them into your classroom?

1 comment:

Tech Connections said...

Maybe its just the freshness or currency of the articles, but February's Learning Connections pieces were GREAT! iPods in Science, Simulations as Active Learning Devices, Using VoIP to foster Connectivity and Communication, And the Rasco Goes to..., and Piquing into English: a fantastic collection of "how tos" for supporting student learning.