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  1. Learn Lead Grow
    Creative ways to infuse UDL and technology into learning. By Matt Bergman. 🇺🇸 More info

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    5 Tips for Engaging Learners with UDL
    Phillip Schlechty (2011) theorized that the highest levels of learner engagement require learners' full attention and commitment. While some learners may exhibit "ritual compliance," simply meeting minimum expectations without true investment, educators strive to cultivate …
    By Matt Bergman, 582 words
  2. Multilitteratus Incognitus
    Pondering what my next degree should be 😂. By Apostolos K. 🇺🇸 More info

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    2023 Academic Year in Review
    [warning - a bit of long post] Well, here we are! The end of 2023! It seems like only yesterday that we were starting to hear some whispers about this thing called "ChatGPT," but it …
    By Apostolos K. ("AK"), 2,448 words
  3. Not awful and boring ideas for teaching statistics
    By Jess Hartnett. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Deer car accident data from State Farm
    We should teach with data sets representing ALL of our students. Why? You never know what example will stick in a student's head. One way to get information to stick in is by employing the …
    By Jessica Hartnett, 271 words
  4. Open Culture
    Discover thousands of free online courses, audio books, movies, textbooks, eBooks, language lessons, and more. 🇺🇸 More info

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    A Guided Tour of the Largest Handmade Model of Imperial Rome: Discover the 20x20 Meter Model Created During the 1930s
    At the moment, you can’t see the largest, most detailed handmade model of Imperial Rome for yourself. That’s because the Museo della Civiltà Romana, the institution that houses it, has been closed for renovations since …
    By Colin Marshall, 507 words
  5. Othmar's Trombone
    I'm just a teacher, standing in front of a class, asking them to be quiet and listen. By jamestheo. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The end of things
    Someone has left a newspaper on this train. It is open on a story about how avocados are being cultivated so they don’t have stones. It seems that modernity has left people too busy or …
    By jamestheo, 724 words
  6. Punya Mishra's Web | Blog
    Living at the junction of education, creativity, technology & design. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Metaphors, Minds, Technology & Learning
    Note: The shared blogging experiment with Melissa Warr and Nicole Oster continues. This time we delve into metaphors of the mind, technology and generative AI. The core idea and first draft came from Melissa, to …
    By Punya Mishra, 62 words
  7. Reading all the Books
    I write about curriculum, pedagogy, theory, English and books. By Jo. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Top Reads of 2023
    Non-fiction Viviane Robinson Reduce Change to Increase Improvement: My brilliant colleague at the National Institute of Teaching, Paula, recommended this. It has been hugely influential in developing leadership approaches that are clear and simple, and …
    By Jo Facer, 48 words
  8. The Research Whisperer
    Just like the Thesis Whisperer - but with more money. By Tseen Khoo, Jonathan O’Donnell. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Who can say no?
    Photo by Sigmund on Unsplash Over the last decade, we’ve written a lot of words about how to get research funders to say ‘yes’. I’d like to take this opportunity to talk about who can …
    By Jonathan O'Donnell, 1,489 words
  9. Resourceaholic
    Free resources and ideas for teaching secondary school maths. By Jo Morgan. 🇬🇧 More info

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    5 Maths Gems #179
    Welcome to my 179th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers.1. Maths AdvanceI blogged about Maths Advance in Gems 173 - it's a website …
    By Jo Morgan, 71 words
  10. Roots and Wings - Blog
    One teacher’s approach to kindergarten that is inspired by the early childhood practices of Reggio, Montessori, and Waldorf, but applied to a public school setting. By Jackie Clarke. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Kindergarten Measurement Inquiries: Teaching Length, Weight, Capacity, and Area
    INSIDE: Find kindergarten measurement activity ideas for teaching length, weight, capacity and area using nonstandard units. Our Kindergarten Measurement Investigations Every January, we explore the wonders of measurement, diving deep into the concepts of length, …
    By Jackie, 82 words
  11. Runestone Academy
    Interactive Textbooks for Computer Science, Data Science and more. By Brad Miller. 🇺🇸 More info

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    SIGCSE 2024: How do you do it?
    SIGCSE 2024: How do you do it? A second SIGCSE is in the bag for Runestone as an exhibitor. It was a good year. It was amazing to see so many people who have been …
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  12. Scenes From The Battleground
    Teaching in British schools. By Andrew Old. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Move along now
    That’s it, I’m no longer posting to this site. New blog posts can now be found over on Substack at Andrew Old’s Education Battleground, or sign up to receive them as a newsletter. Details of …
    By teachingbattleground, 59 words
  13. Special Needs Jungle
    News, info, resources & informed opinion about Special Educational Needs, disability, children’s physical and mental health, rare disease. Campaigning to #FixSEND. 🇬🇧 More info

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    The Children and Families Act, 10 years on: Stephen Kingdom “The DfE didn’t do enough on implementation”
    New article from Special Needs Jungle: 2024 marks a decade of The Children and Families Act. After two years in the making, the CFA 2014 received Royal Assent. Three of the four of us SNJ …
    By Tania Tirraoro, 89 words
  14. Teacher's Notes
    By Mrs C Spalding. 🇬🇧 More info

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    One year down as a Deputy Head: teaching is a people business
    In retrospect, I’m aware that I stopped blogging probably when I had the most important things to say. It was when I started working in an area of deeply entrenched disadvantage. I just couldn’t find …
    By Mrs C Spalding, 865 words
  15. TeacherToolkit - Teacher Blog Articles
    Provides teachers with access to resources that are meaningful for any classroom across the world. By Ross Morrison McGill. 🇬🇧 More info

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    Does More Testing Equal Better Learning?
    Reading Time: 2 minutes How can frequent testing transform student learning outcomes? This research explores the impact of frequent testing on student performance, offering insights on how strategic testing can enhance learning and retention …
    By @TeacherToolkit, 66 words
  16. Teaching Made Visible
    Hallway conversations about teaching and learning. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Don’t make the same mistakes I keep making
    If you teach high school or introductory college physics (or just know the subject well), I wonder if you can tell what I’ve done wrong here: OK, well, I haven’t given you a lot of …
    By Scott Seagroves, 64 words
  17. Teach the Future | Blog
    Get inspired by ideas on teaching the future from our global team of volunteers, facilitators, trainers, academics and teachers. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Teach the Future Announces Singapore Hub
    On March 1, 2024, World Futures Day, the Singapore Hub launched its Hub and its first Teach the Future event simultaneously by participating in World Futures Day - Young Voices 2024. It is very exciting …
    By Pamela Biery, 310 words
  18. The Thesis Whisperer
    Just like the horse whisperer - but with more pages. By Professor inger mewburn. 🇦🇺 More info

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    Writing like an artist
    I’m working on the second edition of ‘How to fix your academic writing trouble’ with Katherine Firth at the moment. We’re doing a new chapter on writing process, specifically how to think with generative AI …
    By Thesis Whisperer, 1,957 words