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Creative Teaching: Mitosis mamba and DNA boogie?!?

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Here’s a Guardian article about Richard Spencer, head of science at Middlesbrough College, who had used some creative teaching methods, including ballroom dancing to help his students learn.

While ballroom dancing and music might not be everyone’s method of choice, as we start 2015, let’s not be afraid to take some risks in our teaching methods to put some fun and enjoyment into our teaching and learning.

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One thought on “Creative Teaching: Mitosis mamba and DNA boogie?!?

  1. If we are not taking risks in our teaching methods, we could very well be hindering our students learning and growth.

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