The Thinking Teacher: Minimum viable lessons

The Thinking Teacher: Minimum viable lessons

July 30, 2014  |  Featured, TheThinkingTeacher  |  No Comments  |  Share

Should we be looking for the least we need for learning success?

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The Thinking Teacher: Regulation - lessons from finance

The Thinking Teacher: Regulation – lessons from finance

26/07/2014  |  No Comments

What could teachers possible learn from the world of banking? more

Exploring impact & evidence for learning with technology [Video]

Exploring impact & evidence for learning with technology [Video]

25/07/2014  |  1 Comment

A presentation recorded from the UNICEF Education Innovation conference in Montenegro. more

The Thinking Teacher: Best practice or next practice

The Thinking Teacher: Best practice or next practice

23/07/2014  |  No Comments

Should be copy the best or invent the next? more

'Teachers need not fear the new Computing curriculum'

‘Teachers need not fear the new Computing curriculum’

19/07/2014  |  No Comments

Two posts about the new Computing curriculum this week. more

The Thinking Teacher: Quantifying learning

The Thinking Teacher: Quantifying learning

19/07/2014  |  No Comments

How much can you systematise your teaching? more

The Thinking Teacher: Technology as a mirror

The Thinking Teacher: Technology as a mirror

16/07/2014  |  No Comments

Is it what technology does or how it makes us think that matters most? more

The Thinking Teacher: The futility of utility

The Thinking Teacher: The futility of utility

12/07/2014  |  No Comments

How much should school be about what is 'useful'? more

The Thinking Teacher: Lenses for teaching

The Thinking Teacher: Lenses for teaching

09/07/2014  |  No Comments

On the importance of examining your ideology more

The Thinking Teacher: All you need is love

The Thinking Teacher: All you need is love

05/07/2014  |  No Comments

Should you focus on loving what you do, or following a principle? more


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