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Nigel Coutts

In search of the conditions required for Spectacular Learning - The Learner's Way - 11 views

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    Not all learning is created equal. Sometimes the learning that we achieve and the success generated through our engagement with a learning opportunity is spectacular. At its very best, our learning unlocks fresh understandings for ourselves and sometimes even for others. What conditions allow for such spectacular learning, and how might we bring these conditions into our classrooms?
Nigel Coutts

Assessment and Student Agency - Better Together - The Learner's Way - 8 views

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    As with many things in education, the outcome achieved will be a result of all that we do. Efforts to promote and empower student agency, voice and choice certainly falls into this category. We might have the best of intentions but unless each of our messaging systems align, we are unlikely to achieve success. So where do our efforts go wrong and what else might we change so that student agency is genuinely a part of our learning environment?
Nigel Coutts

Student voice, choice, agency, partnerships and participation - The Learner's Way - 13 views

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    This week I joined with teachers, students, researchers and policy writers at Melbourne University to discuss student voice. This conference was hosted by Social Education Victoria and made possible by the conference partners, The University of Melbourne, Education and Training Victoria, Foundation for Young Australians and Connect. Over three days, participants engaged in rigorous dialogue about the significance of student voice and what is required to ensure its benefits are maximised for all.
Glenn Hervieux

The Complete Beginner's Guide to Choice Boards - 39 views

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    Nice variety of ways to provide students choice to practice/demonstrate learning - includes a template
John Killeen

The Testing Effect | Revunote - 19 views

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    Act of answering test questions improves likelihood of remembering material later
Matt Renwick

Choice Literacy - Articles & Videos - Full Article - 33 views

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    New methods of instruction will continue to evolve in direct proportion to who we are, and how much of that we are willing to bring to our teaching.
Roland Gesthuizen

Cloudy with a Chance of Swedish Meatballs | EduShyster - 31 views

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    "The totally true, tragicomic and almost-certain-to be-ignored cautionary tale of Sweden's 30 year experiment with privatizing education…"
C CC

Why teachers chose teaching - 1 views

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    Having a sense of 'wanting to make a difference' is one of the main reasons teachers want to go into the profession, according to a UKEdChat Survey.
Leslie Grahn

It's all about choices - 3 views

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    Blog about the power of choice in the classroom and the differentiation strategy of choice boards
Steve Ransom

Education Rethink: Kids Don't Actually Hate That - 6 views

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    A great post to get one thinking about what it is that kids actually hate...
Randy Schultz

The False Promises of "School Choice" | Common Dreams - 22 views

  • State test results showed that students in private voucher schools performed significantly worse in math and about the same in reading as their public school counterparts.
  • or has Milwaukee’s voucher program met the promise of increased parental satisfaction. A longitudinal study on achievement, in its final report, noted that only17.5 percent of the voucher students remained in a voucher school after five years. The comparable figure for the public schools was 43.5 percent.
  • Vouchers are a vehicle to funnel tax dollars into private schools. Using the false promise of “choice,” they are an unabashed abandonment of public education and of our hopes for a vibrant democracy.
BalancEd Tech

Not Just A Teacher: Teachers As Learners - 55 views

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    My very own little star learns best just like me-when she's interested, motivated, under no pressure of expectation and not afraid to fail. How do we as teachers transfer this type of learning to the classroom?
BalancEd Tech

Not Just A Teacher: Stuff and Junk - 7 views

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    Reminds me of the point about Steve Jobs saying no to 1,000 things: The Innovation Secrets of Steve Jobs: 5. Say no to 1,000 things.  http://www.slideshare.net/cvgallo/7-innovation-secrets-of-steve-jobs http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/audio/download/ITC.TM-CarmineGallo-2010.11.22.mp3
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