But teaching disruptively is different. Teaching disruptively has less to do with defiance and the undermining of practices in schools and district that range from good to well-intentioned to mediocre to abhorrent. Teaching disruptively is about reaching students in new ways–disrupting through digital platforms, for example–then turning them loose on the world.
For NMMU Madibaz Radio listeners tomorrow/today 06 November 2014. Try using this open template to structure your responses to specific questions for exam practice... So: to do well, you have to... Practice! Visit me on South Campus ahead, proudly NMMU for you.
If educators (teachers and professors) can understand the power of Open Educational Resources (OER) and learn the ways to integrate it in their lessons, classrooms will never be the same for the students.
What could it look like, perhaps? How different is Common Core to what you currently do, and how do you start closing the gap without trying to reinvent your teaching wheel? A basic insight to start your thinking process, perhaps?
“No one decides what you are going to have for dinner, what's your favorite ice cream, and what flavor fluoride you take at the dentist, s
Gino Fransman's insight:
Well, along the academic path (mine certainly), I tend to find myself in places unimagined, with some more refined conventions unfamiliar (unlike 'suiping'/throwing back whatever is brought in a glass all through college, that is). I quite like thinking of graduate attributes as empowering and taking away stress or caution due to the unknown. So, know more! And no, this is not me advocating wine as the route through academia, though it's not uncommon... :-)
A business plan is a written description of your business's future. That's all there is to it--a document that desribes what you plan to do and how you plan to do it. If you jot down a paragraph on the back of an envelope describing your business strategy, you've written a plan, or at least the germ of a plan.