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Mark Liddell
Learning leader | coaching | maths | learning environments | M.Ed Leadership student
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Mark Liddell Feb 14
• What can a visitor to your space tell about the type of learning that is occurring in the classroom? • What can a visitor tell about the individual learners who inhibit the classroom? Creating Cultures of Thinking
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Mark Liddell Feb 12
The purpose of this routine is for the teacher to quickly assess how many students are grasping the concept and for those who are not, what in particular is causing their misunderstanding Via
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Mark Liddell Feb 12
I'm really looking forward to using an observe, think, question in Year 8 Maths this morning Curiosity as a frame for the introduction of index laws
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
See you there
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
Started a fantastic Cultures of Thinking session with What are thinking dispositions?
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
What’s the first question that comes to mind?
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
Replying to @verifiedstory
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Mark Liddell Feb 11
Numerous studies have found that students who are more involved in setting educational goals are more likely to reach their goals
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Mark Liddell Feb 10
Replying to @MsKozai_
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Mark Liddell Feb 10
We’re using a clinometer and trigonometry to estimate the height of our building
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Mark Liddell Feb 8
There are no easy answers when it comes to addressing some of the problems with using research evidence
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Mark Liddell Feb 6
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Culture Learning Design Tour 2019 29 Sept – 11 October Finland – Denmark – Spain – Netherlands – UK Is this your year to join us? Theme: In search of small data - Capturing clues that uncover big ideas Expression of Interest:
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Mark Liddell Feb 6
Over these years as I have led the coaching model and professional learning at the school, I have noticed incremental shifts in culture. Coaching language and behaviours have seeped into daily conversations via
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Mark Liddell Feb 5
Coaching Case Study – Blairmount Public School
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Mark Liddell Feb 3
The modules are written for teachers. Each module contains a discussion of a component of the mathematics curriculum from early primary up to the end of Year 10 via
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Mark Liddell Feb 2
Research suggests that students who repeated a year of school could feel shame, stigma and loss of self-esteem. It could lead to a negative attitude to school and learning, and a higher rate of behavioural problems
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Mark Liddell Feb 2
The Chalk Talk protocol for Youth Engagement
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Mark Liddell Jan 31
Tomorrow we'll be trialing our first screen-free day at home. Looking forward to some conversations, games, music, drawing and lego
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Mark Liddell Jan 31
Teachers in South Australia have worked with education researchers to develop tailored anti-bullying intervention programs and resources for early years students
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