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Sumedha Sodhi Nov 27
A3. We can encourage students self -feedback by making them participate in peer assessment .I use to teach peer assessment and self- assessment skills .This helps in learning through peer observation, using critical thinking skills
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Randy Tinfow Nov 26
Spent the day adopting as my . So far I've thrown away 40 pounds of paper.
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Ashley Bartlett MCCT Nov 23
Wow! Thanks to for sharing this ... it’s been on my “to do” list for about four years to come nip with something like this ... but it would never have looked this good!
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Tika Epstein Nov 25
Replying to @MonteSyrie
It is important to self-reflect no matter how we are teaching (distance, hybrid, or F2F). I feel it is also important to ask the Ss what they hear. Something, I didn’t think before was what my family would say about my teaching while I have been teaching from home.
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The Athena Approach Nov 24
Looking forward to working on this and developing student further!
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Charlotte Allen Nov 23
Interesting read about metacognition and how students work through the cycle.
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Liz Oseland (MInstLM) Nov 26
– Thinking about your thinking. A vital skill to challenge assumptions and barriers we put in place before starting any and process. Contact to join an online session
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Maiden Erlegh Science Nov 26
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Melissa Parks, LISW-CP/S Nov 22
One piece (of many!) in reshaping our nervous system toward connection vs self protection is learning how to think about our thinking.
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North Ormesby Primary Academy 🌈 Nov 26
Y2 have been using their skills to reflect on their maths work!
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LongStoryShorts Nov 24
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rufus bird Nov 26
So enjoying course ‘From Collector to Creator’. Thank you to for the summary on
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James Trimble Nov 25
A comparison of lessons by , small changes to the approach taken in a lesson can increase awareness and regulation of thinking
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ChilternTSA Nov 24
revisits Elizabeth Adams presenting her research on and how we some simple considerations we can support our students.
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Phillip Abramson 6h
- thinking about thinking. I'm it's easy to assume students already have effective learning skills. Some do but not all, and as a colleague of mine is fine of saying "they are adults in training". so how ca…
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Simon Detre Nov 24
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Michèle Drechsler Nov 25
Replying to @oldaily
Thank you. For me, being réflexive is crucial. Be reflective : « Every lesson, whether real-time or self-paced, is an opportunity to reflect on how the experience moved students forward ». The thus can be developped.
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John R Dallas Jr Nov 23
Agree! At , is about continuous expansion of range of options for ways to think things through thoroughly (T4™), soundness of judgment, and superiority of directly related decision making. Steady-state competence development starts with .
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Sarah Dowey Nov 21
Fellow UK teachers-can you help by participating in my study investigating ' attitudes to & understanding of and in their teaching, as part of my PhD research ? Please compete & RT. Thank you!
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Greg Thomas Nov 22
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