Educators educating Educators

Feb 19

Welcome



~Hi, Bob McCormick and Welcome to Stuff4Educators

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Monthly EdTip: For an discussion of current and helpful educational practices, insights, and topics, refer to the monthly EdTip!


Happy New Year and what better way to start the new year than out with the old and in with the new. This well-meaning idea may be good for your personal life but maybe not so much for your students’ memory. Much of the educational research from over a century ago still applies to today’s classrooms.


In this month’s Ed Tip I will investigate a 138-year old educational theory that explains memory loss and how to lessen its effects, followed by a somewhat newer although still older (a little less than a century old) classroom practice to improve students’ memory.



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What this site is about

If you are looking for easy and instantaneous advice to improve the quality of education your students receive, you have come to the right site.

This site will provide you with some tried and true teaching methods, but will also introduce you to some new, cutting-edge, challenging philosophies and theories that will stimulate and excite you and hopefully open up new avenues of thought.

Explore the tabs on the right-hand side that are arranged based on possible interest area or topic.

For an discussion of current and helpful educational practices, insights, and topics, refer to the monthly Ed Tip!

Sit back and enjoy the site by discovering and investigating interesting topics while simultaneously evaluating, questioning, and speculating their potential usefulness in your classroom.

Most importantly, I hope this site improves the quality of education your students receive by providing you with some helpful teaching methods, techniques, and practices along with cutting edge and thought-provoking philosophies, theories, and insights into our profession.

Let me know what you think. All questions, comments and yes, even criticisms, are enormously welcome and appreciated.

~ Thanks ~

bob mccormick

Rjm919@yahoo.com





News

In this month’s Ed Tip I will investigate a 138-year old educational theory that explains memory loss and how to lessen its effects, followed by a somewhat newer although still older (a little less than a century old) classroom practice to improve students’ memory.