1/15/2010

Teachers in England are increasingly using dance, role-playing, music and fashion to make academic lessons more interesting for students, according to a recent report. One school used a drumming routine to help students remember multiplication tables, and another used a mock crime scene to interest students in forensic science. Officials say that creative teaching methods make lessons more "relevant and engaging" for students, but critics worry schools are weakening standards to make learning fun.

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