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Dáire Lambert
Interested in how students obtain and retain knowledge | Science | Researched based education | All views my own and retweets are not endorsements
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Dáire Lambert 1h
Replying to @DarraghOBradain
Cant go wrong with audible for it
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Dáire Lambert Jun 14
This is a ridiculously good read.
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Dáire Lambert Jun 14
Replying to @gregfoley2002
Nice piece. Where did you find the cons on SLOPs or are they your experience of them. Was planning to move to a more SLOP system next year.
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Dáire Lambert Jun 11
An excellent point raised here.
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Dáire Lambert Jun 10
Replying to @MrCDavey
That actually looks like primary level science.
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Christopher Davey Jun 10
Junior Cycle Science Paper (English)
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Dáire Lambert Jun 4
How many points and issues made in this blog can be directly applied to the science education reforms happening here?
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Dáire Lambert Jun 4
Replying to @JtuckerJames
I prefer 21st century skillz - it's more student friendly
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Dáire Lambert Jun 2
What do you find is a common misconception of what dual coding is?
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Danny Boy Jun 1
A certain Irish woman is running around spreading hatred towards non-white immigrants. One thing I'm guilty of is not doing enough to counter messages of hate with ones of positivity. So here's a few stories of people who show the very best of Ireland:
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#EdChatEU 🇪🇺 Jun 1
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Mr. H May 29
“Tom, have you started your reports?” Me:
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#EdChatEU 🇪🇺 May 30
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Sam Strickland May 28
I was asked today about my thoughts on detentions. My view is simple. Detentions should be centralised. This is a huge workload saver, allows for total consistency and ensures pupils know where they stand.
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Dáire Lambert May 26
Replying to @EdChatEU
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Dáire Lambert May 25
A good example where one must cover the lower, fundamental levels of blooms taxonomy before starting with the higher levels?
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Jane Masters May 24
Replying to @mrsjmasters
“Can we listen to music?” “No” “But it helps me” “I refer you to Perham and Currie (2014) Journal or Applied Psychology”
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Dáire Lambert May 22
Replying to @Shannon44434049
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Dáire Lambert May 22
Replying to @young_k @rosedolan
Well done Keith
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Dáire Lambert May 20
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