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De-schooling ideas in an institutional context

We need schools like these in Canada. This seems a very important approach to foster and facilitate innovation and creation…. Source: Pourquoi j’ai créé une école où les enfants font ce qu’ils veulent. | Ramïn Farhangi | TEDxSaclay    

How Awe Stops Your Clock: Scientific American

How Awe Stops Your Clock Excerpt from: via How Awe Stops Your Clock: Scientific American. The experience of vastness slows perception of time By Sarah Estes and Jesse Graham 14 inShare sunrise Would you look at that… Image: iStock/Sava Alexandru The Best Science Writing Online 2012 Showcasing more than fifty of the most provocative, original, … Continue reading

Kids’ Games from Nutrition Explorations

This is a great site for educational games. Finally some game designers are getting concerned enough about nutrition to build games to help kids learn about it…. See Kids’ Games from Nutrition Explorations.

OT’s with Apps | The OT iTool Kit resource – review of apps and resources for OT’s working with children and adults.

OT’s with Apps | The OT iTool Kit resource – review of apps and resources for OT’s working with children and adults..

Antichamber – A Mind-Bending Psychological Exploration Game

Antichamber – A Mind-Bending Psychological Exploration Game.

Projects | Filament Games

Projects | Filament Games.

Immersion Learning – Seal Rescue

Immersion Learning – Seal Rescue. In 2002, Dr. Robert Ballard and Dr. Stephen Coan founded Immersion Learning™ — a non-profit science education organization that brings ocean adventures and discoveries from Mystic Aquarium & Institute for Exploration, the University of Rhode Island and the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration to kids in classrooms, after-school settings and … Continue reading

BBC – History – British History in depth: Battlefield Academy

BBC – History – British History in depth: Battlefield Academy.

Enhance your senses: High-tech ways to play – New Scientist

Enhance your senses: High-tech ways to play – New Scientist.