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Learning Lessons in Thailand (by Rob Newberry) – Teaching Village

Learning Lessons in Thailand (by Rob Newberry) – Teaching Village | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
There used to be signs posted around the school saying, “Proud to be an English-speaking only school,” but when I went to find one today, hoping to include a photo of it in this blog post — I couldn't find any around anymore.
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The ethics of social learning and working out loud

The ethics of social learning and working out loud | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
A Social Learning Practitioner is a learning professional who encourages, enables and supports knowledge sharing and collaboration across their organisation – not just in training. He/she is a role...
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Growth Mindset?

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("Growth Mindset is not new. It's what good teachers have been doing for years"- Ming the Merciless, Swansea restaurant, November 2014.) As always I'm writing this blog to clarify my thinking on so...
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Educational Research - Where to begin?

Educational Research - Where to begin? | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
; Educational Research has always been an area I've stayed away from in my teaching career. I felt it was inaccessible and wasn't really about the students I had in my school. The longer I stayed i...
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Vulnerability Comes With Scholars Who Care #scholar14

Vulnerability Comes With Scholars Who Care #scholar14 | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
I feel fortunate to be in a "caring" online  spaces, when it comes to my research and writing development. Over the course of the last few years I have met a number of doctoral researchers, early c...
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A Conference in 140 Characters: or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying about Note-taking and Love the Tweet | HASTAC

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My Open Tour: a critical turn

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Amongst several concepts of openness that Open Knowledge MOOC has turned its attention to recently is that of open scholarship, asking us to consider how the new principles of openness, as facilita...
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MEd Session One - Ethical research as moral conduct

MEd Session One - Ethical research as moral conduct | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
After a short hiatus, the first MEd session focussed on reorienting us back to thinking about our research and impending dissertation write-up. To this end, Lewis and Munn (1997) So you want to do ...
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Living in an age of ubiquitous connectivity.

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Marty Cooper, the inventor of the mobile phone, has observed that we are living in an age of ubiquitous access to people. We are living in an age of connectivity. Connectivity 'per se' is of course...
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SMSC – The sticky non-tangible essential stuff

SMSC – The sticky non-tangible essential stuff | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
I don’t blog often – mainly because I want to be inspired to blog – so I can write something meaningful and helpful to the teaching community.  The following is just my take on the topic of SMSC, a...
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How Secure is the Clackmannanshire Study? - Reading: Theory and Practice - Blog - Reading: Theory and Practice - TES Community

How Secure is the Clackmannanshire Study? - Reading: Theory and Practice - Blog - Reading: Theory and Practice - TES Community | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
TES Community connects teachers around the world to share classroom support, healthy debate and extra-curricular fun
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Access To Research

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Unless you are studying at a university or work at one, it can be very difficult to access academic research. It’s all very well encouraging people to become critical thinkers and take their CPD in...
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The Rest of the Iceberg: Publishing in Academic Journals for Early Career Researchers: Why does Peer Review take so long? (Part II)

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Category: Numeracy4all

Category: Numeracy4all | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
Connections allows students to take a journey tailored specifically to their needs within a lesson. A student can hop of the train and continue attempt to master a skill when needed, before catching...
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Networked scholars: reflections on light and dark

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This is the last week of George Veletsianos’ open course – Networked Scholars. I have not been as engaged as I had hoped, mainly because my offline or backchannel/closed, more personal networks, ha...
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When Ali met Hattie... & Berger & Brighouse! By @ASTSupportAAli

When Ali met Hattie... & Berger & Brighouse! By @ASTSupportAAli | Teaching & Learning Blogs | Scoop.it
On Tuesday 18th and Wednesday the 19th of November I attended the 5th annual Whole Education Conference in Kings Place, London. I was extremely fortunate to listen/speak to John Hattie, Ron Berger ...
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Considered - the Faculty of Education blog at Canterbury Christ Church University

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Research

This post is going to be a short but fairly self indulgent one. Don't say that I didn't warn you. About eight months ago I attended my first ResearchEd conference in the West Midlands. The event wa...
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Education Research and ‘Negative Capability.’

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In 1817 John Keats wrote a letter to his brother in which he detailed for the first time the phrase ‘Negative Capability,” which refers to the capacity to hold two seemingly opposite positions in e...
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