Reading Round-up: Nov. 5, 2017

Changed the name of this series, because some of these aren’t blogs. Added some headings too, so it’s slightly more organized.

Education and Schools

Is it ever okay for students to swear in class?

Role of questioning in differentiation in a lesson, and the role of differentiation in maintaining the bell curve

How to build historical empathy among students, and have them judge past decisions in the context of the times (this specific example focuses on Rasputin, and how to develop a sense of period for the end of Czarist Russia)

There’s been a few posts from the last couple weeks, on how the implementation of new teaching ideas can be divorced from the original intentions; Mark Enser helps keep us on track by prompting us to think about the ‘why’

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Blog Post Round-up: Oct. 29, 2017

Seeing as I read and lurk around the internet much more than I produce content, might as well make this a regular feature.

Blog Post Round-up: May 9, 2017

I was absent from the country, and my laptop, for a while, and came back to an RSS feed full of new posts. A delight, but also a lot to get through, especially when the internet is too slow for quick loading and browsing. But, finally, with much delay, here is a round-up of my favourite blog posts from the last few weeks.

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