MITS is a very tiny, imaginary character who is visible only as a dot on a magnifying glass. MITS was designed to be a catalyst for learning: to create interest, stimulate curiosity, and provide links to the children’s daily lives.  When you bring MITS into your classroom, you increase your class’ desire to learn because the children develop a very strong bond with this character who has an insatiable appetite for learning.

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Who Works in a School? - teaching plan



If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our children of tomorrow (John Dewey).