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Meily Grigg Dec 6
Friday’s thinking routine was about making it all visible for truth seeking, understanding, and imagination! Stop, look and listen!
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Ellen Lee Nov 5
Y'all, I love how asking my students to evaluate their own participation lets me see the class through their eyes. My heart always grows 3 sizes reading their responses when I ask if they talk about their readings outside of class (a valid form of participation!).
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β€œ7 Great Questions to Promote ”
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Amber Miller Nov 15
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Miss Forwood Nov 13
We had an inset on metacognition. Massively enlightening. We need to teach pupils the thinking process. Rather than just present an exemplar answer, explain the process of getting there. Tried a few variations and massively impressed so far
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Cathy Davidson Nov 22
I’d add: and any application of the content of a lecture vastly improves retention as well as the ability to apply knowledge elsewhere, esp if instructor reinforces that is what happens and that it’s a crucial life skill.
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Cara Carter Nov 7
High quality reflection is a key component to ePortfolios. Check out these stems to help guide your students. Would be perfect to print out and hang in your classroom! Thanks !
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DC Learning & Teaching Nov 17
Talk to me! using Rubber Duck Debugging to talk through their problems to overcome barriers in their problem solving process. Encouraging student to think out loud to develop oracy and problem solving skills
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πŸ“šπŸ’­βœοΈ Nov 19
I have a poor sense of time and direction, low working memory and processing speed (for what I’ve heard) Strengths: mind’s eye, connecting ideas...and occasionally having original ideas πŸ’‘ Innovative. What about you?
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IRIS Connect, CPD Nov 6
We’re proud to be supporting both the and strands of this lab classrooms launch. An opportunity for practitioners to apply effective research to their classroom practice through the use of video and supporting resources.
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Andrew Mowat Nov 4
Comprehensive article on and how to implement strategies in the classroom:
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The Global Metacognition Institute 48m
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AAC&U Nov 8
This morning's keynote by Saundra Yancy McGuire, director emerita of the Center for Academic Success at , will help STEM educators "Transform STEM Education by Teaching Students How to Learn: Metacognition is the Key!"
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John Duvnjak Nov 26
Today we reinforced the idea of β€œthinking about our thinking” in Math. Specifically, understanding our information while analyzing it, monitoring our progress with our varying strategic approaches, and communicating our thinking
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Doncaster Research School Nov 27
We’ve had a full on interactive engaging day with our colleagues from Primary, Secondary & Special Schools! Roll on Day 2 🧠 πŸ‘πŸΌ
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Rebecca Nov 6
.. Yellow=not sure, Green=go it, Pink= Help, No idea
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Louise Seitsinger Nov 19
⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Applying what we know about how people learn to a case study and reflecting on formative assessment thru these principles ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ πŸ’—πŸ˜ŠπŸ’»πŸ‘
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Kristen Clarke, PhD Nov 19
Really digging this Revised Bloom's Taxonomy Model. How can it help in the development of a learning map?
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AAC&U Nov 8
Stepping stones and stumbling blocks look exactly the same, and students get to choose the role that these play in their lives. is the key to making this choice, says Saundra Yancy McGuire in her keynote.
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Mrs. Gardner Nov 19
Today we visualized with lollipops and imagery words! Do you visualize when you read or think??
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