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Cristina Milos
Making myself progressively unnecessary. Therefore, a teacher.
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Cristina Milos 8h
More relevant than ever.
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Cristina Milos 8h
Investigations and thinking routines (e.g. Connect-Extend-Challenge) are key to developing mathematical understanding.
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Cristina Milos Oct 18
I know I am late at this, but I read it after The Righteous Mind - 's Happiness Hypothesis will make you think. Really think.
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Bo Winegard Oct 17
If one side promotes debate while the other strives to silence it, then you can reasonably guess where the truth lies.
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Cristina Milos Oct 16
I don't think I ever saw something this captivating and terrifying. A must- watch. You'll thank me later.
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Cristina Milos Oct 16
Replying to @surreallyno
It reminds me of Taleb's intolerant minority rule and the importance of apparent randomness.
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Cristina Milos Oct 16
Another good read - Gladwell's examples of the tipping point in various domains help you understand systems, geometric progression in life, and why this phenomenon shouldn't be underestimated.
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Dylan Wiliam Oct 8
Replying to @DriveLearning
Indeed. Decide what you want students to learn, then figure out what activities are most likely to help the students learn what you want them to learn, and then figure out what kinds of classroom layout will best achieve that. Learning first, activity second, layout third.
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Cristina Milos Oct 16
Replying to @primalpoly
The Turing test might be fine. AI deceitfully, voluntarily falling a test would be even more interesting (to use a euphemism)...
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Piers Young Oct 15
"Stop thinking differentiation and start thinking different routes through a lesson". Very good stuff.
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Cristina Milos Oct 15
Replying to @piersyoung
Indeed, he is very gifted with his writing (re: Taleb, I don't generally mind arrogant folks if their ideas are smart enough).
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Cristina Milos Oct 15
A book I could hardly put down - fascinating connections, a myriad of ideas that coagulate naturally, a journey in human and cosmic history that cannot but captivate.
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Cristina Milos Oct 15
When 10 y.o. (second-language learners) analyze literature like this...you know you are doing a good job.
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Tom Sherrington Oct 14
To address underachieving groups, teach everyone better. . .
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Cristina Milos Oct 14
Replying to @cyclingkev @dutaut
This is the best reminder...
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Cristina Milos Oct 14
Dodgy research, self-referenced articles, and a lot of questionable claims by discussed here by
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Cristina Milos Oct 7
Replying to @greggutfeld
Hahah, I read a comment that made me laugh, "So feminazi is no longer a hyperbole?" Crude, I know, but hilarious nonetheless.
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GregGutfeld Oct 7
Amazing: A few sane academics pull off one of the great hoaxes of all time, rewriting Mein Kampf as an intersectional tract and getting it published in a grievance journal.
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The Stoic Emperor Oct 7
Beware the disease that disguises itself as a cure.
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Cristina Milos Oct 7
Replying to @surreallyno
They remind me all the time of the communist regime I lived under for years. The same insipid, yet tyrannical and mob-like attitude towards people. Telling them what they should think, like, and how they ought to behave.
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