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Ian Guest
Former Physics teacher, former Head of ELearning ... and still learning. PhD in teacher professional learning with Twitter.
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This week's 'In Our Time' might be of interest to teachers (& possibly A Level students?) Discusses the thinking which led to the development of 'Kinetic Theory.'
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Ian Guest May 21
Replying to @NinaGunson
Oooff! Yep, deserved that. Such is the power of that, not only do you get mocked by *current* colleagues, but your former gaffer too!
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Ian Guest May 16
Replying to @Sophie_Don
Hi Sophie. Can I help?
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Ian Guest May 15
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Ian Guest May 15
Now *that's* what I call a keyboard!
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Ian Guest May 15
Replying to @parkrunUK
Thank you kindly 👍. But it's the hundreds of volunteers up and down the country who give their time week in, week out, rain or shine, who are the *real* heroes. My thanks to them 👏 But hey, you know that already 😉
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Ian Guest May 15
Replying to @RJohnDavis @parkrunUK
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Ian Guest May 15
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Ian Guest May 15
Replying to @mikemcsharry
As you know though Mike, it's the folk who turn up to volunteer week in, week out, come rain or shine who deserve the plaudits. I've mostly been the beneficiary of their generosity in my few months on . Just trying to pay back a little.
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Ian Guest May 15
Replying to @mikemcsharry
Things seem to be snowballing! Eeek!
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Ian Guest May 14
Replying to @mikemcsharry
Oh dear again! Just seen the photo!
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Ian Guest May 14
Replying to @mikemcsharry
Oh dear! I fear it might be. Felt such a plonker. 😳
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Ian Guest May 13
Today's (UK?) answers the question for me of where 'Pap' in the Pap smear test originated
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★ Miss Wheatley ★ 🙋‍♀️ May 10
I cannot believe someone is selling the resource that I spent hours making on TES for £5! what are you going to do about this... seriously? 😡 Can as many people as possible report please! Here is the link!
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Ian Guest May 5
Fascinating way of comparing batteries by drawing on a range of concepts - "Infinite Loop + DRAG RACE. Simple Electric Train RACE"
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Ian Guest Apr 30
Did you find *it*, or did assemblage theory 'enrol' you Peter? ;-) Or does it matter? [There's a link to my thesis from the tweet pinned to the top of my Twitter profile page ]
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Ian Guest Apr 29
Now had the chance for a quick scan through this Martina. Thanks. I'm always intrigued how others approach a similar topic to the one I chose. What did I miss? How might I have located my research differently? What did I contribute? Fascinating.
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Ian Guest Apr 29
Looking like this episode of on cycling will be right up my street - so to speak
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Martina Emke Apr 29
Thesis: 'Precarious realities of professional learning: an analysis of professional chat events on Twitter ' by
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Glaister Apr 22
Calling all Teaching Assistants - you can now benefit from two superb (& free) courses avail from April 2 developed by the leading ed expert Prof
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