January Issue

Vol 24|No 3|January 2015

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When students wrestle with puzzles, mysteries and conundrums, they are challenged to do original thinking, synthesis and invention.


Great Research


When the Internet first came to schools back in 1993-94, it was hailed as opening windows to the world. Students would be liberated from the constraints of encylopedias and limited school resources. In this article, Jamie suggests that abundance is both a blessing and a curse depending upon the way projects are structured.

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