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Geoff Wake 🇪🇺 Apr 15
poster session at today....This is just the starting point for a Japanese-style problem solving lesson at the heart of research by Mills College...... What would your pupils do? How would you support their problem solving?
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Sharon Dotger Apr 17
Check out this bansho! Great case. I really like the use of th graph paper.
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Yah Lee 李雅 16h
When Ss are learning sth new, help them bridge prior knowledge to new knowledge. One way to accomplish that is to rethink how we write the learning goal
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Mrs Cowdell Apr 13
Looking at introducing lesson study. Looking for advice and experts.
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Sharon Dotger Apr 15
A great poster session by so many energized researchers 2018. Join the lesson study SIG so we can keep developing this community and learning from each other.
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Dr. Maria Steffero Apr 13
Some of the most inspiring PD ever! Thank you to , the amazing CNHS Algebra 1 teachers, and our administration!
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MathsDevelopmentTeam Apr 13
Register now for Maths Counts, UCD 11-12th May -
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Beth Kidenda 8h
It has been said that one of the lessons we learn from history is that we never learn from history. In other words, regardless of when they live, people keep making the same mistakes.
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Melissa Soto Apr 15
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Shelley Moore Apr 10
Today we are at Garibaldi Secondary for in a Bio 11 and a Drama 9 class. Totally different contexts and teachers, but with the common groundwork and foundations of inclusion and teaching to diversity!
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mrs. martinez Apr 16
Benefits of facilitating a at Olympian high school with and her fabulous IMIII PLC? Thank you notes that are a work of art.
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Geoff Wake 🇪🇺 Apr 14
“Teaching for Problem Solving...... that’s what we say we do in the US - and don’t.” Alan Schoenfeld at (and don’t in the U.K. I might suggest)
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Manabu Watanabe Apr 17
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Sharon Dotger Apr 17
I agree. I believe the careful, intentional planning leads to teacher learning that extends beyond the cycle itself. It helps drive the process and connect the parts together. talks about this eloquently.
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Jennifer Spong Apr 17
Replying to @sdotger
Thinking about how much planning and thinking on the teachers’ part that this lesson took. And so much patience as compared to just defining equivalent fractions. is incredible for improving practice
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Sharon Dotger Apr 16
If reforms always create winners and losers (Kahneman), and we think of as a reform, who loses?
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Swiss Cottage School Apr 16
Fantastic start to the summer term w teachers sharing triad reflections
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Sharon Dotger Apr 15
Broadway has a way of making you feel anything is possible. Wish for teacher learning to have this sense of wonder and hope. What would it be like for teachers and kids if it did?
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Wouter van Joolingen Apr 15
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Geoff Wake 🇪🇺 Apr 14
Intresting symposium with focus on Chinese at Highlights how Confucian philosophy permeates Chinese culture...... raises question of the value of Shanghai teacher exchange programme in U.K. How differently do we see the world? Teaching? Learning?
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