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Based around David White's seminar for the Guardian about the unoffcial sources that students consult. I tend to agree with @dlivingstone (see comments) that its more about underground (buried and unacknowledged) practices. David is master of the catchy term and I like the notion of 'emergency collaboration'. Is he right in suggesting that this is a new (post-IM/Facebooj) thing, or that it has a different flavour. Would you (do you) spot G.W.R behaviour?
A Disciplinary Commons involves a group of educators from diverse institutions who teach within the same discipline meeting monthly during an academic year to share, reflect on and document their teaching ... From the Share (sharing practice) National Teaching Fellowship project led by Sally Fincher.
The 2011 edition of Education at a Glance: OECD provides a broad array of comparable indicators on education systems and represents the consensus of professional thinking on how to measure the current ...
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