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38 blogs about Education.

  1. Abakcus
    The best curation site for only math and science. By Ali Kaya. More info

    Beautiful Geometry: 7 Colorful Geometry Posters
    In this blog post, I will take you on a visual tour of seven stunning geometry posters by Simon C. Page, each a testament to the beauty of mathematical art.
    By Ali Kaya, 36 words
  2. Amy Smith Literature
    Teaching and studying English Literature and Language at Key Stages 3, 4, and 5. 🇬🇧 More info

    Jekyll and Hyde Character Analysis 4: Dr Lanyon
    Stevenson first introduces Dr Hastie Lanyon when Utterson goes to seek his help. Lanyon is described as a “hearty, healthy, dapper, red-faced gentleman… [with] a boisterous and decided manner”. Here, Stevenson is at pains to …
    By Amy Smith, 409 words
  3. cavmaths
    Maths, Teaching and Life. By Stephen Cavadino. 🇬🇧 More info

    Carnival of Mathematics 224
    Roll up, roll up, roll up. Come hither come all to the Carnival of Mathematics. This is the 224th Edition of the longest running Maths Carnival. For those of you who are unaware, a “blog …
    By srcav, 499 words
  4. cherrylkd
    S.E.N ADVOCATE. 🇬🇧 More info

    Death of a Sporting Hero
    Yesterday (June 2nd 2024) we lost one of our great sporting heroes. Of course I’m talking about Rob Burrow CBE who played scrum-half for Leeds Rhinos. He was the tender age of 41. He lost …
    By cherrylkd, 546 words
  5. David Didau – Blog
    I have expressed the constraints and irritations of ordinary teachers, detailed the successes and failures of my classroom and synthesised my 15 years of teaching experienced through the lens of education research and cognitive psychology. 🇬🇧 More info

    Why bother with ‘turn & talk’?
    Beyond the notion that it's nice for students to chat, or 'do oracy,' is there any real merit in getting them to talk to each other during lessons? Recently on Twitter, Barry Smith got in …
    By David Didau, 61 words
  6. Donald Clark Plan B
    What is Plan B? Not Plan A! 🇬🇧 More info

    7 success factors in real 'AI in learning' projects
    With AI we are in the most interesting decade in the history of our species. I can think of no better field in which to think, write and work.Ideas are easy, implementation hardMy first AI-like …
    By Donald Clark, 1,447 words
    Creative drawings, educational cartoons, happy art inspiration, fun English vocabulary & grammar lessons, kids' stories & illustration videos. By Lillie Marshall. 🇺🇸 More info

    Shades of Pink: Names, Uses, and Mixing
    As we have explored our color mixing chart, it has become glaringly clear that there are so many exciting names and shades of pink out there! Let’s investigate some of … The post Shades of …
    By Lillie Marshall, 52 words
  8. The Echo Chamber 🇬🇧 More info

    The firebox
    By ijstock, 3 words
  9. Eduwonk
    Education News, Analysis, and Commentary. By Andrew J. Rotherham. 🇺🇸 More info

    Experts Versus Civilians
    ICYMI David Winston and I discuss the upcoming election in a Bellwether Linkedin Live you can watch via this link. Among other professional work David is on the CBS decision desk for election night, so …
    By arotherham, 819 words
  10. The Ethan Hein Blog
    Music, Technology, Evolution. 🇺🇸 More info

    Joy To The Modes
    The best way to teach the diatonic modes is to compare them to each other in parallel. One way to do that is to just run up and down them scalewise, but that isn’t very …
    By Ethan, 235 words
  11. Free-Range Kids
    How parents and teachers can let go and grow. By Lenore Skenazy. 🇺🇸 More info

    Every Day is the Worst Day Ever, Signed, The Media
    Sometimes a gal’s gotta rant (again), so here goes: Shootings are devastating. Obviously! But I also wonder about the value of LUMPING shootings together and reporting them as such. My Yahoo newsfeed on Monday screamed, …
    By lskenazy, 586 words
  12. Frog in a Well
    The primary purpose … is to promote more communication between those studying and researching in places like the United States with those in other places such as Japan. 🇬🇧 🇺🇸 More info

    Teaching from the test -Chat GPT edition
    One thing that I did in my final exam for Rice Paddies this Spring was to ask them to compare how how Wikipedia and Chat GPT did at explaining terms that in the past would …
    By Alan Baumler, 319 words
  13. Houston Foresight – Blog
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    Collective Foresight: How Foresight can be integrated with Collective Impact
    Guest Contributor Carlo Lopa Camilo Maria Ricardo Quiason Lopa, also known as “Carlo” by family, friends, and colleagues alike, is a recent graduate of the Foresight program at the University of Houston. Carlo is a …
    By Nicci Obert, 1,149 words
  14. how we montessori
    How we implement the principles of Maria Montessori in our home. By Kylie. 🇬🇧 More info

    Six Blindfold Activities for Children 3yrs+
    Have you tried any blindfold activities with your child? If your child goes to a Montessori school, it's likely they have tried some sensorial activities like the pink tower, knobbed cylinders, thermic tablets, perhaps even …
    By howwemontessori, 566 words
  15. Inframethodology
    A weblog devoted to the underlying craft of research. By Thomas Basbøll. 🇩🇰 More info

    Going Offline
    The birds chirped away. Fweet, Fweet, Bootchee-Fweet. Doing all the things naturalists say they do. Expressing abysmal depths of aggression, which only Man—Stupid Man—heard as innocence. We feel everything is so innocent—because our wickedness is …
    By Thomas Basbøll, 756 words
  16. joe moran's words
    on the everyday, the banal and other important matters. 🇬🇧 More info

    How to Know a Person
    I reviewed David Brooks’s How to Know a Person for the TLS: David Brooks was raised in a Jewish family whose motto, he says, might have been “Think Yiddish, Act British.” He learned to be …
    By mccjmora, 823 words
  17. Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice
    Scholar/ Practitioner's thoughts on education. 🇺🇸 More info

    A Day in the Life of a Ninth Grade English Teacher in Albuquerque, New Mexico
    Before earning her doctorate at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee, Jenna Hagengruber taught at Sandia High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico. She described her teaching daily five classes of English. Starting the Day 5:45am – …
    By larrycuban, 1,169 words
  18. Laura McInerney - Blog
    I’m an education journalist, co-founder of the daily survey app, Teacher Tapp, and renowned keynote speaker. 🇬🇧 More info

    A Cumulatively Effective Way of Dealing With Worries
    At the age of seven, I waved a medical encyclopedia in front of my parents and announced that I had “free-floating anxiety”. The book was one of only a few we had in the house, …
    By Laura McInerney, 725 words
  19. Learning for Life
    The motto of my nursery class:"Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, and snow is exhilarating; there is no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather." John Ruskin 1819-1900. By Kierna C. 🇬🇧 More info

    The best place to be a child!
    I was so fortunate to have the opportunity to work in our partner kindergarten in Norway over the Easter break, it was the perfect chance to spend time in the kindergarten without having to get …
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  20. Learning from my mistakes: an English teacher's blog
    A 'warts and all' view of my teaching career. Hopefully, some of my thoughts will inspire you. Or, they will prevent you from making some of the mistakes I have made in the past. By Xris. 🇬🇧 More info

    The problem with words and vocabulary
    Vocabulary is great at times, but we are in danger of infantilising students, if all we do is teach words. For teachers of A-Level English Language we are familiar with how children acquire language. After …
    By Xris32, 681 words