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Teaching for Understanding

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Probably my favourite education paper.

Perkins explores the nature of the qualities of knowledge, skills and understanding and stresses the signifigance of encouraging understanding in students in an insightful and highly readable manner.

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You Can't Write Proper English Under Pressure

Their's a challenge for you're brain hear.
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This is a challanging and fast paced grammar quiz, something that my students and I could use for practice.

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Minecraft - Logic Gates - Redstone Tutorial

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This is something I'm keen to try with my computing students, as long as they are willing to explain to me how to minecraft as I haven't got a clue.

The search for this video was inspired by a conversation with my minecraft obsessed godson.

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How It Works - Udacity

How It Works - Udacity | e-learning & computer education | Scoop.it
Learn about how Udacity is different and how we can help you reach your goals. Courses are available for those in high school, college or for continuing education.
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Udacit is pretty impressive M.O.O.C. (Massive Open Online Course) with a wide range of low cost courses. Although much of the system is laudable I'm unsure how much accredition their certificates will mean compared with formal education courses.

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JavaScript for Cats

JavaScript for Cats | e-learning & computer education | Scoop.it

JavaScript is a programming language or, in other words, a means by which a computer is instructed to do things. Just the same as one controls humans with hisses and meows, one controls computers with statements written in a programming language. All web browsers understand JavaScript and you can take advantage of that to make web pages do crazy things!

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A good introduction to programming which manages to pull off actually being funny.

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Teacher's Ultimate Guide to Google Drive ~ Educ...

Teacher's Ultimate Guide to Google Drive ~ Educ... | e-learning & computer education | Scoop.it
Today while I was browsing through my feeds I came across an attention-grabbing title of a supposedly good read. I followed the link and was directed to a page where to download A Google Drive Guide for free which I did.
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