Make science interesting to kids, with these links.
[ted_talkteaser id=1655]“If a young learner thinks that all viruses have DNA, that’s not going to ruin their chances of success in science. But if a young learner can’t understand anything in science and learns to hate it because it all sounds like this, that will ruin their chances of success.”
Now to the good news. There are a lot of people doing very fun, very engaging, very non-stuffy science work. If you’re a teacher looking for ways to engage…
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Some excellent links to information on visiting Mexico…
Politics and history:
Lit. by gringos:
Lonely Planet is the standard for guidebooks – not perfect, but undeniably useful:
And I must recommend my guidebooks to Mexico:
Madrigal’s Magic Key to Spanish is the best book I’ve seen that teaches all the complicated necessities of Spanish grammar:
Communicating in Spanish is a good guide to get you started speaking Spanish:
Of course, you´ll have to do some plain ol´ exercises:
Contemporary Latin American Literature is an overview of important writers with their poems, short stories, and novel excerpts.
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Stumbled upon this PBS special one day and was intrigued enough to continue watching. This guy, Steve Achor, is a very good speaker. Funny and captivating. As soon as I have some money, I am definitely checking out his e-course and book! The Happiness Advantage
I Say What I Mean but I Don’t Say it Meanly: Is sincerity dead?: Sincerity is a hard topic to discuss and understand, but I feel compelled to make the attempt because the concept intrigues me. To really do…