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8 Characteristics of the Innovative Leader

8 Characteristics of the Innovative Leader | Attention in education | Scoop.it
“Why are we okay that management hasn’t seen innovation in a 100 or 50 years, but we demand innovation in every other aspect of our lives?” Jamie Notter As we continue to look at teachers, students...
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Why we don't have the world's best, or most respected, teachers

Why we don't have the world's best, or most respected, teachers | Attention in education | Scoop.it
Barely a day goes by when people aren’t bemoaning the state of teacher education in Australia.
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Creating the Conditions to Unlearn

Originally post on Figuring It Out The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn. Alvin Toffler I was recently ask...
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Latest News | Psychology | University of Portsmouth

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I agree - reading is complex but teaching it via phonics alone is misguided.

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Understanding How to Frame Your Creative Expertise

Understanding How to Frame Your Creative Expertise | Attention in education | Scoop.it
You don't need to be all-knowing to make a meaningful contribution to your team.
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Influences on student learning by Professor John Hattie

Influences on student learning by Professor John Hattie | Attention in education | Scoop.it
John Hattie is Professor of Education att Auckland University in New Zealand. He produces some key educational research. His paper Teachers Make a Difference explains the difference between expert and experienced teachers.
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Visible Learning is a reminder of how we should frame our teaching, what we should expect from our students and how we can keep our students improving. John Hattie makes a lot of sense - I wish he were on Twitter so I could follow him!

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If students designed their own schools...

The best small town in America experiments with self-directed learning at its public high school. A group of students gets to create their own school-within-...
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The Independent project! The one thing that motivates everyone to learn - their own passions.

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RSA - RSA Animate - Changing Paradigms

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We need to think about the way we educate our children!

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