Archive for March 2016

Listen. Can you hear the wonder?

I love new discoveries. I love connecting new knowledge to something familiar. I am curious… and I wonder. Do you? Are you using Wonderopolis in your classroom or library? Have you tried using Wonder jars as an extension idea, to lead to lively discussions, inquiry, and curiosity and more questions.  What about the at home version or (printable)…

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What’s luck got to do with it?

“The amount of serendipity that will occur in your life, is directly proportional to the degree to which you do something you’re passionate about combined with the total number of people to whom this is effectively communicated” Jason Roberts described this as his Luck Surface Area (math people don’t get overly analytical about the whole reference to surface area… it…

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