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Classroom I want to learn in

Shawn Cornally at Think Thank Thunk has the most fascinating blog to me right now. It is about math, calculus, science, physics, and standards based grading. He is passionate and articulate.

But what I like about it most is that he captures and actually does what I mean by student centered learning. I don’t care what subject or grade you teach his methods are inspiring. Check out this and this (particularly the student grants) as excellent examples of what it looks like in the classroom. This is so much better than a teacher at the board or questions from a textbook.

So yeah, I would love to sit in his class…