Be Active and Know

I have a new post up today at the Shalem Institute blog, entitled Be Active and Know. An excerpt:

To help him with his schoolwork, we’ve purchased several fidget cubes for our son. If you aren’t familiar with these, they are small six-sided objects, each side with a series of buttons to press, switches to click, balls to roll with your thumb, and so on. They were born from educational and psychological theory stating that having something to fidget with can actually increase one’s focus and attention on the main task at hand.

Read the rest at the Shalem Institute blog.

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