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Harry Fletcher-Wood
History teacher, turned education researcher, turned Associate Dean at the Institute for Teaching
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Ben Gordon Jan 14
Occasionally, for some students, some of the time. This decision tree from is dounced in common sense.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 14
Replying to @EFScotland
May (18th probably)
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Isabel Buckles Jan 14
Read this blog, went for a walk and have sat down to write two activities for year 10 factorising quadratics/ expanding brackets with this in mind. Thank you for aiding my geek out Sunday
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 14
Replying to @missmaths26
:)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 13
Replying to @missdcox
Sounds like it to me: complementing your description with an image/vice versa.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 11
Can't wait to meet you!
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
There's one referenced in this post which I've not yet read
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
:)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Replying to @trialnerrorkt
Conceivably, but if they could understand it in spoken form they must know the words...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Version 2.0 courtesy of
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Replying to @Trivium21c
In this trial they used a CD.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
they explain some of their findings through 'shift of attention effect', if that's of interest...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Reading around dual coding: in this study, students learned more (retention and transfer) with spoken text + pictures than with written text, pictures, or written text + pictures ($)
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Ah, now I disagree... I think you can do a lot by showing drafts at different stages of their development and asking students what changes have been made between each one (and why)...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Excellent thread on modelling the process of writing, not just the product...
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Replying to @j66bo @matthewhood
Fierce for the brain, gentle on the work/life balance (is the plan).
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 10
Replying to @j66bo @matthewhood
Most in-person sessions (six across two years) will be London-based; the programme is designed to work equally well wherever you are.
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 9
Sorry, that was meant to be a compliment!
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Certainty Nic Jan 9
How about: Which of these represents dual coding? Using audio narrative to describe a diagram Reading aloud the text that pupils have in front of them Using words to describe some things and visuals to describe others Providing an annotated diagram Using words and movements
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Harry Fletcher-Wood Jan 9
This is really elegant, thank you. Do you want my job?
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