Monthly Archives: October 2015

Content Specialists vs Youth Development Specialists

A typical class is 45 – 50 minutes in duration.  Project based learning is a hot topic in education these days; but how do you engage kids in meaningful learning when you have them for chunks of time that are … Continue reading

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We Need to Change a Few Things

By KellyAnn Bonnell This summer I was invited to a birthday party of a dear friend. I was told it would be at her favorite restaurant so I didn’t bother to look up the address when I was ready to … Continue reading

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HUFFPO: 5 Lessons Hogwarts Teaches Us

by Pam Allyn Become a fan Founder and Executive Director, LitWorld & LitLife; author; literacy and education expert and advocate Young Muggles around the world hold their breath before opening their mailboxes, waiting for the day a snow-flecked owl will deliver … Continue reading

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A Real Superhero Suit? Lockheed Martin Experts Weigh In

With the speed of a hypersonic aircraft, rocket power of a launch vehicle, strength of an armored truck and data-processing power of a supercomputer, today’s superheroes have captured the imagination of millions of fans from every corner of the globe. … Continue reading

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