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Matthew Teutsch 18h
“Words, simply put, matter! The lexicon that we use to describe events or refer to individuals carry weight and meaning beyond what we may consider.” My latest at Teaching US History. ⁦
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Stephen Kelty 2h
”Even subjects widely considered to be outside the realm of emotion, like math, evoke powerful feelings among those studying it, which can then propel or thwart further learning.” A good read. Article can be related to the benefits of PBL.
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London CLC 39m
A warm welcome to all Dutch, Danish, Korean and other international educators and ministers visiting our learning centre this week. Looking forward to sharing ideas and approaches.
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Julia Hengstler 4h
Meetings of our like a salon! We’re going thru & ‘s Urgency of Teachers in lead up to in Toronto. Deep discussions about & the . Tonight’s big theme: digital agency
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Lisa Finegan 1h
Teaching with what calls "reality pedagogy" means, in part, opening up space for, and actively valuing, students' expertise on their own lives, communities and ways of learning.
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South Bucks SSP 9m
Wearing a different hat 👩🏻‍🎓lecturing on Health Related Exercise to Secondary PE PGCE Students at Brunel University yesterday. Made great use of my posters :30
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Steve T-online Jan 21
Replying to @RSU9Super @dylanwiliam
It is possible to measure 'thinking' and progression in this skill. Not by conventional means however. We also need to be sure how we fit formative and summative assessment into all of this.
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Kristen Kroening Jan 18
The amount of words I had to Google while reading the McGee and Ericsson piece makes me wonder if an English degree is really the best course of action.
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MTMS Podcast 4h
This is a brilliant idea! can apply this to just about any topic...how could you use it in your classroom?
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Peter Dolan 🇦🇺 Jan 21
'Like a Christmas tree, there are pinpoints of sparkling lights and a few shiny stars that are educators struggling, enjoying, determined, or blossoming as educators integrating into and '
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Derek Hanson 4h
Always fun to visualize analyzing genres and extracting that analysis into a biz comm memo.
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Dr. Lyra D. Monteiro 10h
question re: for --seeing some conflicting info out there, would be grateful for resources by folks with on this. Also, any other tweaks I can make to make my course materials more accessible. ty!
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Dr Kate Hammer #FinalSayOptionToStay Jan 14
Replying to @hhaarmann
Thank you! James Lang’s website led me to this story, about creating a class constitution - which has my cogs turning
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Dr. Heather Miceli Jan 18
Course evals came in today. Bragging ahead: My fav: "I really felt like I knew her on a personal level. She really cares about her students." was surprised this came from my unlinked lab (I teach lecture/lab linked as well)
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Kathleen Donohoe Jan 19
Yep, another important aspect...! With transition, operational readiness and support through occupancy... there’s great research from Melbourne Catholic Education and discussing the alignment between and
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ITeachLikeThis Jan 21
We greet our final member behind ITLT team, Goran Barbir () who is a teacher himself. This week will be sharing his experience as an engineer teaching IGCSE Chemistry in an international school near Shanghai, China
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Holly Sandford Jan 21
Returning to Early Years this week, and very much back to my comfort zone. I do love teaching, but I’m rather like a stick of rock; cut me in half and you’d find “Early Years” has left its mark on me! ✨
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James Bornstein Jan 14
Twitterverse. Any great ideas on improving students recollection and use of key terms? Apart from doing boring glossaries and tests I’m struggling to find something ‘fun’
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MAI 18h
🚨🚨Calling contributions to a special issue of MAI🚨🚨 Feminism and Visual Culture on Feminist Pedagogies Read everything about this here:
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Juan José Calderón Amador 1h
Learning Design Studio: bridging big data analytics with the learning sciences to advance e-Learning pedagogy. Nancy Law University of Honk Kong. China
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