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Nigel Coutts

Curiosity, critical thinking and agency as responses to the Australian Bushfire Crisis ... - 4 views

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    The bushfire crisis that is currently impacting Australia is beyond devastating. The scale of these fires defies the imagination. For so long now we have lived with skies laden with smoke as a constant and inescapable reminder that this is not an ordinary summer. This is weather and drought at its most extreme. Our only salvation will be rain but this is not the season for that and the long term forecasts are not promising. Our young people, in particular, will be affected and will need special care in the weeks and months to come. What might this mean for schools and for student agency?
Nigel Coutts

Assessment and Student Agency - Better Together - The Learner's Way - 7 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.
Nigel Coutts

Shifting towards student centred learning - The Learner's Way - 20 views

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    Particular patterns of pedagogy have been of most interest to me across the years, particularly those that shift the focus from what the teacher does to what the student does. With this shift comes an emphasis on understanding how students learn and with this knowledge in mind developing learning experiences that will allow them to develop their skills for learning.
gaby eyzaguirre

Bloomz vs. Remind: Which Parent Communication App is Better? - 7 views

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    "Bloomz"
Joe Hirsch

Instead of praise sandwiches, try a feedback wrap - 50 views

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    Instead of a praise sandwich, try a feedback wrap: It's more authentic, targeted, and likely to be received.
Lisa C. Hurst

The Techy Coach Blog: Timesaver Tip: Track Student Progress This Year - 4 views

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    Track student progress with a spreadsheet and a sparkline.
Matt Renwick

Student Engagement and Closing the Opportunity Gap: An Action Plan, Part 1 - Reading By... - 62 views

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    The first of two parts of an action plan for increasing student engagement in schools.
Matt Renwick

Student Engagement and Closing the Opportunity Gap - Reading By Example - 44 views

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    How do we rethink schools today in order to prepare students for an unknown tomorrow?
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