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aaron marie May 21
workshop is 😂😂😂 but for real, I’m gonna start using this strategy for teaching visual sources
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Kirstin Anderson May 19
Jennie Henley challenging the rhetoric of music being transformative ‘Music does not transform people. People, including the self, transform people.’ ‘It is not the music that is transformative, it is the music learning.’
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T.J. Vari May 14
Four homework rules: 1. Has to be quick, 15-20 minutes. 2. Has to be practice for something Ss know how to do. 3. Has to be something that Ss can do without help. 4. Has to be connected to the current unit of study.
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Jared Colley 2h
Replying to @jcolley8
I made a few tweaks to the above images. 's critique of Socratic targets the axiomatic starting point of inequality between learner & master b/c it fortifies certain unbridgeable gaps of Time & Space within the learning environment
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PE Primary 7h
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Routledge Education Arena May 15
Discover the latest articles on & curriculum reform from The Curriculum Journal. Sign up to our website & claim 25 free articles here:
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Urban Public Education May 14
Education is the bridge to a better tomorrow
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Mr Edwards (DT) May 21
My version of Knowledge Rubik's cube - Great idea bud!
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HfL NQTs May 21
It’s British Sandwich Week! How many sandwich themed activities can you get into your lessons? Paragraph structures? Sight words? Fractions? Surely loads of ideas 🥪
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Simon Beale May 21
If you’re studying the suffragettes you have to do an analysis of sister suffragette from !
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MOS Championship Lebanon May 15
is a Joint Venture 🏆 🇱🇧️ Congratulations to Dedicated Schools & Thank You , , , , , Edunove Digital Academy, University, Bekaa Campus. The Journey together isn't over yet.
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Colby King May 18
Check out the paper I co-authored with about active-learning with AudaCity, the board game we created, published in the new issue of 's Currents in Teaching and Learning:
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Guillaume LAURIE May 18
Next month, I will speak about "Helping students unlock their potential with 21st century skills" at EdTechXEurope !
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PE Primary May 14
GREAT POST LEARNING - ACTIVITIES INVESTIGATIONS & CHALLENGES. Take a look at the walking group challenge! There are 10 other investigations on this child-centred ppt.
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Christopher Bean May 16
YES! We’re getting tomorrow! Time to show why is so important in and what an I am. My weighs a ton! 🙌🏻👍🏻
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Jeff Hyson 46s
Second workshop for on evidence-based teaching practices, as covered in “Make It Stick” & “The New Science of Learning” and as discussed in an ongoing Faculty Learning Community of instructors from across university.
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WizIQ 2m
can be improved by using and digital tools. Attend this by Kelly Wash, Dave Walsh and Ken Bauer to know more:
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Reasoning Mind 27m
23 End-of-Year Memes for Teachers Who Are Just Hanging On
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Jeff Hyson 2h
Dr. George Kuh: High-impact practices (e.g., learning communities, service learning, internships, collaborative projects) have dramatic effects on student engagement, retention, & outcomes, and build key “soft skills” employers want.
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Jeff Hyson 3h
Teaching & Learning Forum begins with keynote by Dr. George Kuh, “High-Impact Practices that Enrich and Deepen Student Learning.”
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