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20 Questions To Guide Inquiry-Based Learning

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UWM - The Writer's Handbook

UWM - The Writer's Handbook | Deakin University Wordpower | Scoop.it
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a great resource for developing skills in academic writing

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Make Your Password 'Gooder' With Bad Grammar, Research Says

Make Your Password 'Gooder' With Bad Grammar, Research Says | Deakin University Wordpower | Scoop.it
According to a new study, including poor grammar in your passwords makes them safer.

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Language and communication

Language and communication | Deakin University Wordpower | Scoop.it
Deakin University resources for developing academic language and communication skills.
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Learning Styles Don't Exist

Professor Daniel Willingham describes research showing that learning styles are a myth (Learning Styles Don't Exist - essential viewing.

Via Elizabeth E Charles
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When Willingham says that they are a myth, he is resisting the most simplistic application of this in education, however, he does not dismiss that we all have various tendencies. We can't think too rigidly about the "styles" but some awareness of these differences i think will still be useful for both teachers and students

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