Project Based Learning, Personality Type, and the 16 Habits of Mind

Project Based Learning, Personality Type, and the 16 Habits of Mind

This article was written by Jen Lilienstein and originally published on LessonPlanet As new brain research permeates educational insights, we are becoming increasingly aware that engagement and affectivity – long key components of many pedagogical constructs – are now being

Top 5 Reasons Why Personality Tests Are Important

Top 5 Reasons Why Personality Tests Are Important

original article written for HowToLearn.com by Jen Lilienstein In high school and adulthood, we often look to personality tests for information about who we are or how a loved one or colleague acts, but there are many reasons why learning

Who Are You and What Have You Done With My Child?

As a parent, have you ever felt this way about your kids? The “Jekyll” child you’re used to around the house suddenly becomes Hyde and turns the whole household dynamic on its ear for awhile. Or you sit down at

Recommended Extracurriculars & Camps for People Smart Kids

Recommended Extracurriculars & Camps for People Smart Kids

Also known as "interpersonally intelligent", learners who enjoy using an interpersonal multiple intelligence lens tend to be extroverts, characterized by their sensitivity to others' moods, feelings, temperaments and motivations, and their ability to cooperate in order to work as part