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Stephen Hurley
Education Deepcaster—working with others to change the way we talk about education! Architect and Chief Catalyst at voicEd Radio
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Stephen Hurley 3h
Replying to @greg_ashman
I’ve become a master of time zones!
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Stephen Hurley 11h
Coming up at 8 PM ET on voicEd Radio. It's and on a new episode of "On The Right Track". Tonight, we're exploring the right relationship between education research and practice. Listen in at
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Stephen Hurley 14h
Tonight on voicEd Radio, the second episode of "On the Right Track"—connecting the world of research and practice in education. Tonight guests and join and Education Research: The classroom meets the lab.
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Stephen Hurley 18h
Interesting question! I feel most excited when I have full access to the journal database. Strange, eh?
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Stephen Hurley 20h
I have often described that sense of anxiety when I walk in or even near a university library. Can’t really put words to it but this conversation helps!
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Stephen Hurley 24h
Morning/evening Wanted to send you a DM to invite you on to voicEd Radio. Unless there is a better way of connecting? Other than Twitter, I mean.
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Stephen Hurley Nov 16
I'm dancin'!
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Stephen Hurley Nov 16
We're live on The Dock. Climbing Higher Mountains with Aretha Franklin
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Stephen Hurley Nov 16
Almost ready to go on tonight's edition of The Dock. Tonight and others take over the playlist and talk about their mountain adventures! Listen in at 9 PM ET at for "Climbing Higher Mountains" on voicEd Radio
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Stephen Hurley Nov 16
Those are the request that we're looking for! Mine is River Deep Mountain High!
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Stephen Hurley Nov 16
Tonight on The Dock, and join me to talk about their new mountain adventure. Listen in at 9 PM for a musical journey through the world's highest mountains!
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Stephen Hurley Nov 16
Tonight on The Dock, and join me to talk about their new mountain adventure. Listen in at 9 PM for a musical journey through the world's highest mountains!
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
Replying to @RationalThots
Well, that's interesting!
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
Right? What about his father? The lady beside me was willing to engage in a pretty interesting conversation about this.
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
What does this even mean? ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
Is the idea that "we can't have an answer" or "we don't need an answer"?
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
10 minutes. But I found that most teachers are open to setting up other times to chat
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
Yup!
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
My initial reaction is that this is an important quote, although I don't know the context from which it was drawn. To me, it speaks to the value of the type of philosophical inquiry that has as its goal the next question as opposed to a final answer.
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Stephen Hurley Nov 15
I sometimes have great ideas! Usually they are just ideas. I loved this conversation.
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