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The nature of innovation in education - Innovate My School

The nature of innovation in education - Innovate My School | Inclusion | Scoop.it
“Innovate My School motivates teachers to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively and, most importantly, stay informed.”
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Elaine J Roberts, Ph.D.'s curator insight, October 27, 2014 2:05 PM

". . .Edwards Deming identifies the producer as the innovator." Some insist that innovation will occur only if we have access to stuff but history shows us that innovation occurs when we don't have stuff, or we don't have the stuff we need for that particular situation, or when we unexpectedly discover a use for something that was designed for something else. We can't mandate innovation but we can encourage it.

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10 ways to use word clouds in the classroom

10 ways to use word clouds in the classroom | Inclusion | Scoop.it
Word clouds are a popular way of representing information and they can be seen everywhere. But how can we use them in the classroom? Here's a list of ten easy tried and tested ways to use them to s...

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Primary English's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:08 PM

Ten easy ways to use word clouds to inspire reading and writing.

BookChook's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:16 PM

Useful reminders on word cloud versatility. 

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Life after wolves came out of the walls

Life after wolves came out of the walls | Inclusion | Scoop.it
Once upon a time, very close to where you are now, an English Consultant and a Librarian had a conversation about picture books and the Greenaway Award, specifically about The Wolves in the Walls b...

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Blog - Primary English

Blog - Primary English | Inclusion | Scoop.it
Literacy blogs from Primary English consultants, Rachel Clarke & Charlotte Reed. These literacy blogs include reading, writing and a whole host more

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Primary English's curator insight, October 4, 2013 7:44 AM

A lovely post about a versatile picture book to use with children in primary schools. Free downloadable advice sheet included.

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Improving reading comprehension with PEE - Primary English

Improving reading comprehension with PEE - Primary English | Inclusion | Scoop.it
A quick look at how to improve reading comprehension by taking a PEE

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So Cool! This Fantastic Cartoon Explains Autism – And Is Narrated By A Boy On The Spectrum!

So Cool! This Fantastic Cartoon Explains Autism – And Is Narrated By A Boy On The Spectrum! | Inclusion | Scoop.it
Seven-year-old Donnie was diagnosed with autism when he was three. He and his four-year-old sister Anna narrate this animation simplifying ASD. (@JennyMcCarthy Hoping you see this! Oh, and Donnie???
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Tips on Encouraging Kids to Read in the Digital Age – Guest Post by Michel Kripalani | The Digital Media Diet

Tips on Encouraging Kids to Read in the Digital Age – Guest Post by Michel Kripalani | The Digital Media Diet | Inclusion | Scoop.it

Practical tips and advice on how to support children with reading through the use of mobile devices.


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The 20 Most Beautiful Children’s Books of All Time - Flavorwire

The 20 Most Beautiful Children’s Books of All Time - Flavorwire | Inclusion | Scoop.it

Beautiful illustrated texts to share with children.


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Watching the detectives: teaching inference and deduction skills

Watching the detectives: teaching inference and deduction skills | Inclusion | Scoop.it
“The answer is in the text.” Come on, hands up everyone who's uttered those five words to the children in their class. It's fair comment when asking them retrieval questions such as the name of the...

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Primary English's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:23 PM

A blog post exploring the difference between inference and deduction. This post goes on to offer tips for teaching these vital reading skills with reference to well-know texts.

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Guided Reading #2 (from good to great) - Primary English

Guided Reading #2 (from good to great) - Primary English | Inclusion | Scoop.it
Improving guided reading is high on the agenda of many primary school teachers. We offer advice on ways to move guided reading lessons from good to great.

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Primary English's curator insight, September 28, 2013 4:05 AM

Tips, advice and resources to support guided reading in schools

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Explaining Autism to Children: ASD and Me

http://www.facebook.com/ASDandMe My daughter, Anna (age 4), and my son, Donnie (age 7), narrated this video. They did such a great job and I am so proud of t...
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