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7 ways to break the fear of observation

7 ways to break the fear of observation As seen in http://www.teachthought.com For many teachers, observations are their biggest source of dread. They stir feelings of nausea, spark vigorous and often angry debate about their efficacy, and are to be avoided at all costs. But with the trend of performance pay sliding into the education environment […]

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Back in business

It’s so easy to lose sight of it all, sometimes. This has been my world for the past 3 months, constantly scratching my head, questioning the entire ride. Am i a good teacher? Have i lost it? Did i ever have it? I’m sure i did, but am i getting too old for it now? […]

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The science of social connections

See on Scoop.it – Cooperation Theory & Practice “I don’t think it’s a coincidence that of all the kinds of ways human beings could organize themselves into networks, that’s what we do. We evince degree assortativity, and I don’t think it’s a coincidence that we do that. We assemble ourselves into groups, the group now […]

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Theories in Education

See on Scoop.it – constructivism: the lost art of learning Paul Moss – teacher, learner‘s insight: For some time i have been pondering the meaning of it all. At times, i am euphoric in this world, blessed by my insights, my passion, and most of all by my incredible daughters. I must always remember these […]

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