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Who Teaches The Teachers?

This is an interesting read regarding how future educators are being prepared for classrooms they will teach in.  The ongoing debate of peer reviewed articles vs text books vs blogs vs everything else continues. Personally, I believe that practitioners need … Continue reading

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Maths isn’t the problem – the way it’s taught is 

Isn’t it interesting that most subjects can be improved with more thought into the pedagogy used.  Additionally, any subject can be ruined with a lack of thought into the pedagogy used.  Here is what is currently being bantered around regarding … Continue reading

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Technology use changes in classrooooms

Those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it. In the mid-1990s, the digital divide was a concern in schools because not every family had access to a computer at home.  Now 20 years later, the Bring your … Continue reading

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3 Ways to Make Meaningful Connections With Your Students

3 Ways to Make Meaningful Connections With Your Students | Edutopia. As a teacher, I started my career thinking that I was overwhelmed and I needed to learn so much about curriculum delivery and classroom management. What I discovered was … Continue reading

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Getting started

Getting back into teaching is the missing part of the academic milieu that I was looking forward to.  The Edmedia Special interest Group (SIG) on learning design is a fantastic opportunity to explore the current work involving the design of … Continue reading

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