Fri, 28 February 2014
The first in a series of "best of" Down the Hall episodes, this week we bring laughter and play into your life.
We revisit the concept of comedy and creativity in the classroom with some excellent excerpts from previous episodes. We all love to laugh (as regular listeners of Down the Hall already know), and laughter can actually be a great way to engage students in learning. Allowing students to be creative can also help them learn.
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Episode 73 (31:19)
00:12 | Introduction
3:50 | Creativity in Education - Dave Roy & Jenny van Enckevort discussion
13:24 | Comedy in the Classroom - Elaine Decker interview
20:44 | Playfulness & Creativity in Education - Carl Leggo interview
29:27 | Summary