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This and other studies seem to show that listening while reading helps people have several successful reading events in a row, where they are reading “with accuracy and enjoyment.” And, listening has been shown to help with decoding, a fundamental part of reading.

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A study found that educators trained in integrating art into math lessons saw better test results from students.

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Schools are finding that integrating arts into academic subjects is a powerful way to help students deepen their understanding.

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Questioning-different way to classify

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Eighty percent of what we do as ‘learning engineers’ is ask questions. Because this is such a big part of what we do to inspire learning, we should do it really well! Ben Johnson‘s acronym WILD HOG helps us to do just that

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Jessica Fortner is, a freelance illustrator from Toronto, Canada. She works in both traditional and digital media for editorial, advertising, and fine art projects.

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One day, artist and mother of three Lacy Knudson was playing with Play-Doh with her children when she serendipitously mixed some colours together and made her first ‘dot’. It dawned on her that these dots could be a creative way to make art and still be with her children at the same time. Play-Doh mosaics, or Dozayix were born.

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Collecting quotes and short stories from the people of New York, Brandon’s ‘Humans of New York’ is a creative and provocative blog. With nearly two million followers on social media, HONY now provides a worldwide audience with daily glimpses into the lives of strangers in New York City.

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 Johnson Cheung-shing Tsang is a Hong Kong sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public artworks. Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques with a surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, human beings and objects, into creative themes.

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The aging process is ongoing and one we don’t typically notice on a daily basis. However, when you see childhood photos of your grandparents or parents (or even yourself!), the difference can be startling.

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