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Family Home Evenings and more....: Printable Apostle Tabs for General Conference Journals

Jesus wants me for a sunbeam

pattern to make cardboard boats

Lesson 11 seahorse craft from a paper plate

new year's resolutions

“Tip-of-the-Tongue Syndrome,” Transactive Memory, and How the Internet Is Making Us Smarter | Brain Pickings: Clive Thompson argues that our technological tools are now inextricably linked to our minds, working in tandem with them and profoundly changing the way we remember, learn, and “act upon that knowledge emotionally, intellectually, and politically,” and this is a promising rather than perilous thing. #Technology #Memory #Learning #Thinking #Artificial_Intelligence

  • Noumoua Lynaolu

    In some ways, yes, but in other ways, not-so-much!

  • Rubi Rogers

    I heard the opposite. Google for example, you dont need to think or remember, just look it up.

  • Christen Hammock

    ^ just knowing information isn't really high-level thinking, though. Spending more time analyzing and evaluating > spending time trying to remember facts.

Lenneke Wispelwey

Bored? Draw eyebrows on your dog and laugh until his next bath. HILARIOUS. I might have to try this.

Whack-a-word! Call out a word and who ever hits it first with the hammer gets to keep it. Lots of applications for this - recognizing sight words, finding rhyming words, learning vocabulary...Maybe call out the definition, or a synonym?