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Who Ya Calling a Grader? - CogDogBlog - 5 views

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    Here are some thoughts I told my college students many years ago http://www.textbooksfree.org/2%20B's%20or%20an%20A%20and%20a%20C.htm
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What Makes Great Teaching? 6 Lessons from Learners by @Powley_R - 1 views

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    "At times, students' viewpoints need to be treated with caution.  In Do Learners Really Know Best? urban legends about learners as 'digital natives' and 'self-educators' are exploded, whilst Kirschner et al. argue, that students do not always prefer the most effective form of instruction.  Despite this, what struck me when reading the Sutton Trust's What Makes Great Teaching was the correlation to student's voice I had done with Year 10 students on their views of effective teaching."
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Activity Passport Bookmark - UKEdChat - 1 views

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New research helps to de-gender the teaching profession - 0 views

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    "A new qualitative study, published in the journal Gender and Education and carried out by researchers at the Universities of Hertfordshire and Hildesheim, found that teacher gender has no effect on how male and female teachers employ discipline strategies used in primary school classrooms."
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How can we get more teachers to use technology effectively in their teaching? - 2 views

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    UKEdChat Session 1 summary and Twitter archive
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Teaching Resources Advent Calendar - 1 views

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    Get a new teaching resource every day up to Christmas.
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Strategy Seven: Using Experts by @MeophamSchool - 0 views

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    "This week our music teacher added to The Black Book. Now every teacher has occasionally used their own experiences to contextualize learning for students, but our music teacher has been working on ways to incorporate his own music contacts into his lessons without it making it too anecdotal. For artistic subjects especially, it may seem that students don't always take it seriously when they are told how difficult it is to get into particular career fields. As part of the music students' preparations for various units and exams, students need to think about and learn what it means to be a 'real musician' and what they would do in given situations."
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Video: 30 Revision Apps, Sites & Tools - 4 views

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    A collection of 30 apps & website to help students learn and study for exams
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April 2017 UKEdChat Magazine - 3 views

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    Free and open online education magazine with top teaching tips, resources and ideas.
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Answering Questions at Teaching Interviews by @guruteaching - 3 views

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    "Does the thought of answering questions at teaching interviews fill you with dread? For many, the answer is a resounding yes. Not only is the application process extremely time-consuming, but if you are lucky to reach the interview stage, you will deal with on-the-spot pressures too. Most schools will observe a lesson you've prepared before moving to formal interviews. If you reach this stage you've done well. However, this is often the point at which candidates struggle the most. After all, you can prepare a lesson, knowing to some degree how it will go. But how can you predict what will be asked in an interview? Answering questions at teaching interviews is a skill you need to develop. Fortunately, there's a way."
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Literacy, Technology, Policy, Etc....A Blog - 1 views

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    "Education, English, Lesson, Reading, Slides, students, Teaching, Theme"
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Moment(us) teaching - 0 views

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    She spoke about love, beauty, and respect for children (of all ages) and their learning process. She showed some photos and videos of children learning together and how teachers have the opportunity to make small decisions in this process. To watch or intervene; to ask a question or remain quiet; to suggest an expansion of the complexity of the children's investigation or to help them simplify their ideas.
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UKEdMag: Different Worlds - UKEdChat.com - 2 views

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    ALL teaching is very demanding & time consuming, but the challenges of a primary teacher and a secondary teacher very different. This tongue-in-cheek article celebrating the different cultures of primary and secondary schools, and celebrates the dif…
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12 New Year Resolutions for Teachers - UKEdChat.com - 6 views

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    And there goes another year. Where does the time go? New Years bring new hope, new beginnings, new intentions, but when you are a teacher, you quickly realise that the same stuff happens over and over again, with the same daily challenges presenting…
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