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36 blogs about Education.

  1. Abakcus
    “The best curation site for only math and science.” By Ali Kaya.

    6 Beautiful Lego Ideas for the Science Savvy: Unleashing Creativity with Engineering
    I have compiled a list of the top 6 awe-inspiring LEGO ideas that you can build at home, guaranteed to spark your creativity and test your building skills to the limit. Whether you are a …
    By Ali Kaya, 74 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month.

  2. The best free cultural & educational media on the web
    “Discover thousands of free online courses, audio books, movies, textbooks, eBooks, language lessons, and more.” 🇺🇸

    How Japanese Kintsugi Masters Restore Pottery by Beautifying the Cracks
    A few years ago, we featured here on Open Culture the Japanese art of kintsugi, whose practitioners repair broken pottery with gold in a manner that emphasizes rather than hides the cracks. Since then, the …
    By Colin Marshall, 515 words

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  3. cavmaths
    “Maths, Teaching and Life.” By Stephen Cavadino. 🇬🇧

    Sine and Cosine – do we need a formula?
    While teaching non-right angled trig recently it occurred to me that when doing the questions myself, I don’t actually thing about the formula all that much. Particularly with the sine rule. Yet I still start …
    By srcav, 279 words

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  4. cherrylkd
    “S.E.N ADVOCATE.” 🇬🇧

    We’re all Neurodiverse
    This is a short book review and I will confess straight away that I have never read a book quite like it. The author is refreshingly honest about their own lived experience and their multiple …
    By cherrylkd, 572 words

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  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.” 🇬🇧

    In defence of accountability
    This weekend saw Joe Kirby publish a thoughtful blog in which he calls for an end to Quality Assurance. I agree with Joe's analysis of the causes of poor accountability - or QA - but …
    By David Didau, 59 words

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  6. The Echo Chamber
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    Full circle – or a happy ending.
    Full Circle
    By ijstock, 9 words

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  7. Eduwonk
    “Education News, Analysis, and Commentary.” By Andrew J. Rotherham. 🇺🇸

    Maddox And I Talk Edu, Lazy Achievement Takes, Lazy Reading, Plus Enormous Fish
    Holland & Knight sponsors a podcast about Washington policy, regulatory and political issues. I sat down with Lauren Maddox to talk education. Lauren’s first question was about the Pan Mass Challenge and why I ride …
    By arotherham, 985 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  8. The Ethan Hein Blog
    “Music, Technology, Evolution.” 🇺🇸

    Polymeter vs polyrhythm
    As I continue to build groove pedagogy resources, I want to clear up some persistent confusion about polymeter and polyrhythm. If you don’t feel like reading the whole post, it can be summed up in …
    By Ethan, 1,109 words

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  9. Free-Range Kids
    “How parents and teachers can let go and grow.” By Lenore Skenazy. 🇺🇸

    Let’s Hear It For Talking to Strangers!
    What a fantastic study: Research recently published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology found that when people are prompted to talk to a stranger, surprising things happen: They start to feel less awkward after …
    By lskenazy, 875 words

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  10. 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.” 🇬🇧 🇺🇸

    Syllabus blogging -Tokugawa
    In keeping with tradition, here is the Tokugawa group project for this semester. I probably could have made more categories, but this should be enough. The rest of the class is pretty traditional.Any advice welcome! …
    By Alan Baumler, 39 words

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  11. GeoEd Trek - AGU Blogosphere
    “Focuses on geoscience education/outreach, science communication, and technology tools in the classroom, online, and in the field.” By Laura Guertin. 🇺🇸

    ChatGPT does take-home assignments – but can it do citations?
    I have never seen a topic that has generated such a flurry of discussion and faculty development workshops as the entrance of ChatGPT. Although there is such energy and engagement around the topic, the reactions …
    By Laura Guertin, 611 words

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  12. Houston Foresight – Blog

    August Foresight Boot Camp
    Congratulations to the August 2023 Professional Certificate in Foresight grads! Our in-person certificate participants are immersed in Foresight for a week of intensive training. Myriad sectors are represented in each seminar, providing fodder for fascinating …
    By Nicci Obert, 146 words

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  13. how we montessori
    “How we implement the principles of Maria Montessori in our home.” By Kylie. 🇬🇧

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    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

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  14. Inframethodology
    “A weblog devoted to the underlying craft of research.” By Thomas Basbøll. 🇩🇰

    Two Humble Questions
    The tradition they now represent has centered its chief inquiries around the two humble questions, “What do you mean?” and “How do you know?” Herbert Feigl, “Logical Empiricism” Christian Frankel sent me this quote the …
    By Thomas Basbøll, 159 words

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  15. joe moran's words
    “on the everyday, the banal and other important matters.” 🇬🇧

    Academic tribes
    I wrote this for Times Higher Education a couple of weeks ago: The people who work in universities are made up of two tribes: tragedians and comedians. These tribes view each other with bewilderment across …
    By mccjmora, 1,816 words

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  16. Larry Cuban on School Reform and Classroom Practice
    “Scholar/ Practitioner's thoughts on education.” 🇺🇸

    Cartoons about A. I. Use in Families and Schools
    Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) in devices that have become ubiquitous such as ChatGPT and robots have surely touched every workplace, family, and, of course, schooling. These cartoons, I hope, will bring smiles to readers’ faces. An …
    By larrycuban, 53 words

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  17. Laura McInerney - Blog
    “I’m an education journalist, co-founder of the daily survey app, Teacher Tapp, and renowned keynote speaker.” 🇬🇧

    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

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  18. 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. 🇬🇧

    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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  19. 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. 🇬🇧

    The GCSE English Da Vinci Code
    There are a lot of problems with the current exam specifications, but one main problem is that they don’t allow for freedom in our subject. There seem to be so many hidden things you have …
    By Xris32, 717 words

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  20. Learn Lead Grow
    “Creative ways to infuse UDL and technology into learning.” By Matt Bergman. 🇺🇸

    Hello Learn Lead Grow Readers!A few weeks ago, I had mentioned that I was planning on retiring from blogging. The outpour from you has been amazing! After much thought and consideration, I have decided to …
    By Matt Bergman, 45 words

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