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Posted by Timothy Gangwer on August 8, 2019 at 9:46am

How picture books introduce kids to politics

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How picture books introduce kids to politics

Analysis details how messages of democracy, leaders, issues presented to young readers

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https://issuu.com/kci-mediagroup.com/docs/seen_21.2_flipbook?e=35058298/73046752&fr=sYjBlNjE3NzQ4OQArticle #1: p. 18 - "Twice Exceptional: Gifted Chaos - The Intersection of Giftedness and Learning Disabilities" - Timothy Gangwer, M.A.Article #2: p. 26 - "Gifted English Language Learners" - Timothy Gangwer, M.A.…See More
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Have Digital Cameras Changed Photography?

‘London’ by Leslie Mosher at Jefferson Community and Technical College (JCTC).2019 LOUISVILLE PHOTO BIENNIAL, FEATUREHave Digital Cameras Changed Photography?SEP182019BY This…See More
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Bullying ResourcesStop Bullying — stopbullying.govNation Bullying Prevention Center — pacer.org/bullyingNASP Resources — nasponline.orgTrevor Lifeline — thetrevorproject.orgSTOMP Out Bullying — stompoutbullying.orgThe Human Rights Campaign’s Welcoming School Guide —…See More
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How picture books introduce kids to politics

Science Newsfrom research organizationsHow picture books introduce kids to politicsAnalysis details how messages of democracy, leaders, issues presented to young readersDate: July 29, 2019Source: University of KansasSummary: Researchers have analyzed political messages in some of the most popular picture books of the last several years to see how political topics are introduced to children. FULL STORYPolitics have been known to put adults to sleep, but…See More
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Art education holds some lessons on the way we teach

Art education holds some lessons on the way we teachBy YE SHUFANG National Gallery Singapore/FacebookParents and educators do not necessarily need to establish themselves as the content or knowledge experts to help children and students learn. Instead, teachers and parents can co-learn and search for the answers together with them.Published19 JULY, 2019UPDATED 19 JULY, 2019I am always struck by how students who study together cooperate to create a learning environment that suits them well.A…See More
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Neuroplasticity: Why is the visual cortex involved in language processing in blind individuals?

JULY 8, 2019Neuroplasticity: Why is the visual cortex involved in language processing in blind individuals?by Freie Universitaet Berlin Credit: CC0 Public DomainPeople who are blind use part of their visual cortex for language and semantic processing. The visual cortex is the paradigm case of a "modality-specific" brain region, being devoted exclusively to visual perceptual processes in healthy and undeprived…See More
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Harnessing the Incredible Learning Potential of the Adolescent Brain

Harnessing the Incredible Learning Potential of the Adolescent BrainKatrina SchwartzDec 21, 2015https://ww2.kqed.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2015/12/Teenage-brain-768x432.jpg 768w, https://ww2.kqed.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/23/2015/12/Teenage-brain-1440x810.jpg 1280w" />It has become a cultural cliché that raising adolescents is…See More
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Brain stimulation enhances visual learning speed and efficiency

NEWS RELEASE 27-MAY-2019Brain stimulation enhances visual learning speed and efficiencyMay aid in faster vision recovery after strokeUNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTERPractice results in better learning. Consider learning a musical instrument, for example: the more one practices, the better one will be able to learn to play. The same holds true for cognition and visual perception:…See More
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How Screen Time Creates Kid ‘Dopamine Addicts’ With Bad Habits

HEALTH & SCIENCE / NEUROSCIENCEHow Screen Time Creates Kid ‘Dopamine Addicts’ With Bad HabitsResearch shows that children's brains on screen time look a lot like children's brains on cocaine, and scientists are just starting to discover what that means.By See More
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An Everlasting Presence: Richard Wilde’s Legacy Isn’t Going Anywhere

An Everlasting Presence: Richard Wilde’s Legacy Isn’t Going AnywhereWILDE IS RETIRING, BUT HIS INFLUENCE ON THE GRAPHIC DESIGN INDUSTRY AND SVA COMMUNITY IS IMPOSSIBLE TO MEASUREApril 19, 2019by Bridget BadoreShare:…See More
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Integrating creativity in hard sciences

YOUTH : LIFE STYLEIntegrating creativity in hard sciencesPublished on April 18, 2019As  per the general  perception,  Science  is  considered  to  be  least  exciting,  full  of  theories,  hypotheses, observations and practical investigations. All these are supplemented with monotonous lectures. To top it all, it is very difficult to attract the attention of students…See More
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(A Review of Timothy Gangwer’s Whole Brain Visual Thinking)

(A Review of Timothy Gangwer’s Whole Brain Visual Thinking)You can bet that this translates to 65% of your students being visual learners. This is a method of education that is generally overlooked. It is unfortunate, especially when the mind processes visual information 60,000 times faster than text.Timothy Gangwer’s definition of Whole Brain Visual Thinking, has three aspects to…See More
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