松本メイReference Directory of K-12 public, private, and charter schools in all 50 states.Find Teaching Resources for Teachers, Music, Literacy, Internet, Technology, Arts and Linguistics for students, teachers, parents, and policy makers.
松本メイ松本メイ You are looking at K12 Internet History from 1991 up to the present! No other K12 site on the net has been alive this long collecting our K12 information and bringing you up to what is happening now
CyberPlayGround www.edu-cyberpg.com [with or without the dash]
launched7/91998 and ranked #No. 343,304 in the world out of 234,000,000websites at that time!
.edu = education| cyber = internet | pg = playground for adults.
HUMAN Curated and vetted Reference Directory of Resources for:
Teachers, Parents, and Policy Makers: Learnabout Music, Teaching, Internet, Technology, Literacy, Arts and Linguistics in the K12 classroom.
Find, Edit, and Add your K12 school.
BELONG TO INTERNET HISTORY: FIRST AND OLDEST ONLINE K-12 SCHOOL DIRECTORY IN THE WORLD?SINCE ?1993
Find the best K12 PUBLIC, PRIVATE, CHARTER, and ONLINE SCHOOLS for your child nationwide that are regionally accredited. Find State and Regional education organizations. Get Citizens, Teachers and Schools involved with K12 Education Public Folklife and National Security Projects.
CREATIVITY STARTS WITH THE ARTS
CREATIVITY is the least important, most important attribute and totally absent in the U.S. ~ Karen Ellis
REMEMBER PLAY BUILDS BIG BRAINS AND MAKES YOU INTELLIGENT
"Language is Music and Music is Language" ~ Karen Ellis
PLAYGROUND CHANTS AND FOLK SONGS FOR KIDS - NCFR
The 35+ year arc from the playground meatspace to the cyberspace playground.
Tomorrow's jobs aren'tabout #STEM. That won't future proof anybody. Darwin didn't say the strongest survived, but the most ADAPTABLE! ~ Karen Ellis
We're all in it together but we're all in it alone, if you don't know how to find the answers you will be lost in today's world.
HISTORY:"Born Digitial" The Educational CyberPlayGround Inc. transformed Internet Pioneer Gleason Sackmann's 1996 "Hot List" text file of the first K12 School websites into the first public public project in the world launched online July 9, 1998. The public is still invited to submit their school information and website data .
*Find a School Discover the right school for your child.
*Submit or Update Your School or Organization.
*Find and compare K12 Schools and School Districts in the USA and Territories.
*Join Interdisciplinary #STEAM #STEM K12 School Projects across the nation.
The PlayGround Approach to Learning:
it's not what you came here for..... but
what you bump into along the way that counts!
RAISING SMART KIDS IS NO SECRET!!
YOU'VE GOT TO GIVE THEM THE GINIKER !!
BECAUSE THE SECRET TO LEARNING IS MOTIVATION!
Giniker? means plenty of Pep and fire See Definition
THE SECRET OF RAISING SMART KIDS
(from Scientific American Nov 2007)
Most parents worship talent and superior intelligence or ability in their offspring, but this is no recipe for ultimate success. More than 30 years of scientific investigation has found that overemphasis on intellect or talent leaves them vulnerable to failure, fearful of challenges, and unwilling to remedy their shortcomings. They develop the wrong mind-set for success. Encouragement which focuses on effort rather then intelligence and talent helps make them into high achievers in school and in life. Children with a growth mind-set were more likely to outperform more intelligent students . Learning was a more important goal than grades. For parents to emphasize how brilliant or talented a student is may be misguided, it develops the wrong mind-set - better to praise hard work and effort.
Healthy Kids Perseverance "Your attitude, not your aptitude, will determine your ALTITUDE."
Speaking of ALTITUDE Grace Hopper explains Nanoseconds The COBOL language was developed by Grace Murray Hopper the first femaleUnited States Rear Admiral GRD 34 in the US Navy,#GraceHopper. #tech, who made pivotal advances in computer science. Among the amazing accomplishments of Grace Hopper - the discovery of the 1st computer "bug" (a moth).
Inspired by Karen Ellis when she said
"you can't march off to war in 3/4"