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JP Mynott 11h
So today and I are presenting our research on and our exploration of contradictions, pressures, friction and resolutions within being pracademics in a school setting. Room 5 at 11am
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JP Mynott 1h
Oh no I missed this. I will catch up on the recordings.
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James Calleja 11h
Thanks for this collaboration. promises to be an inspiring learning experience... Looking forward to it.
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Laura 1h
Engaging in a good book and learning more about is what you need after a long busy day. Some insightful papers in here!
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Mairead Holden 7h
Was great to share some critical reflections today on my practice in the Irish primary STEM context
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Laura 12h
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Laura Nov 25
A very insightful seminar on leading improvement through collaborative professional development through with & Kathy Bannon! I'm taking so much from this seminar. Thank you! Now looking forward to next week's
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Aimee Myers Nov 21
What a great opportunity to learn from educators all over the world about which is fairly uncommon in US educational settings. I’ve already signed up for !
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Aimee Myers Nov 18
New book arrived! Time to dig in!
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Alan Eathorne Nov 24
I’m looking forward to seeing where schools have got to and planning for the next stage.
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Pia Hoznour Nov 22
Recorded our presentation for the 2020 ! Drawing is a tool that is not often discussed within or . Can't wait to watch the other ones. All those opportunities for !
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Aimee Myers Nov 19
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Daryl Michel, PhD Nov 23
Finished Chapter 2 and now have a more formal research process to consider when engaging in the Student-Focused Coaching's Collaborative Problem Solving role.
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STEF EDWARDS Nov 21
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Sean Bracken Nov 22
Always on the lookout for research
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Pete Dudley Nov 26
Amazing programme for World Association of Lesson Studies WALS 2020 online timezone 3 schedule (Asia & Australasia). Manabu Sato as keynote, + 70 sessions incluing research lessons, symposia, paper presentations, ignites, LS posters & more...
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James Calleja Nov 21
Just arrived... Looking forward to reading this
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Irene Stone Nov 19
Yes multiplying fractions first absolutely. We did a last year emphasising "multiplying by 1" to make an equivalent fraction - same idea then later on for division of surds and complex numbers. Avoids the misconception commonly seen on the left:
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STEF EDWARDS Nov 19
So exciting to see during COVID getting off the ground with can’t wait to see how this unfolds. 👀👇
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Pete Dudley Nov 25
Amazing programme for the Africa/Europe/Middle East WALS2020 conference timezone on Dec 2, 3 & 4 next week is here. See also programmes for the Americas/Canada & for Asia & Australia. 170 sessions & lesson studies spanning the globe!!
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