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The “Smart” questions facing education
The purpose of education
What should I be teaching? Be on the curriculum?
What “literacy” should I be teaching my class?
How power and ideology influence teaching and learning
How can “mindset” affect our learning?
How can I motivate my students?
How should children be grouped – to stream or not to stream?
What actually works – Making learning visible, John Hattie
The relationships between teaching and learning
How is technology changing education?
What are effective strategies that I can use to support my students?
How can I elicit my students’ understandings? (e.g. visible thinking routines)
21st C tools
Constructivist, social and situational
Humanism and motivational
Miscellaneous theories and models
A space to discuss, research and share the "Smart" questions facing education. Posts are organised under some of these "Smart" questions that educators are being asked or asking themselves, as well as showing the most recent posts on the home page.
DISCUSSION: Levelled texts as home readers?
IDEA: “Genius Hour”
DISCUSSION: How do you group your students?
Evidence-based education: What is auto ethnography?
DISCUSSION: Should “play” have a higher status in our schools?
INSPIRATION: Are you as smart as the average 6 year old?
SUMMARY: Does missing a bit of school here and there matter?
SUMMARY: Indicators of quality teaching
IDEA: Action research
SUMMARY: Writing Next: Effective strategies to improve writing
SUMMARY: Can technology be used to enhance Primary children’s oral storytelling during the writing process
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