January 19, 2016
Artifacts provide engaging platforms with which to practice and apply information or skills that we have just learned. Artifacts naturally provide opportunities to review and apply new material or new skills in engaging and interesting ways.
January 15, 2016
Learning is at once both very simple and highly complex. Initial learning consists of converting sensory perceptions – images, sounds, words, smells, textures, etc., - into meaningful representations in the brain.
January 8, 2016
We have simplified access to on-line artifacts and increased the scope and tripled the number of objects available for classroom use.
January 4, 2016
We have changed Artifacts Teach. We have improved it in several ways.
December 22, 2015
Artifacts Teach 2.0 is now up and running! Over 130 artifacts with context support. Check it out today!
December 18, 2015
“A good teacher isn't someone who gives the answers out to their kids but is understanding of needs and challenges and gives tools to help other people succeed.” - Justin Trudeau
December 16, 2015
“In Florence, classical buildings sit against medieval buildings. It's that contrast we like.” - Richard Rogers
December 11, 2015
“The ancient world's greatest puzzle was there, a knot that couldn't be untied. Alexander cut it in two with his sword. Lateral thinking, you see.” - Alan Moore, Graphic Novelist