Monthly Archive: August 2012

Steve Dinham: go, Prof! 0

Steve Dinham: go, Prof!

A fantastic article by Steve Dinham that deserves this (permitted) republishing. A political education: hijacking the quality teaching movement By Stephen Dinham, University of Melbourne All we seem to hear about these days is...

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I think this get’s things in much better perspective! The real story is that at the heart of charter and its corresponding framework is an understanding that teaching is a complex, messy, human business...

The Conversation: Are all ideas equal? Not in the classroom 0

The Conversation: Are all ideas equal? Not in the classroom

A very good article, republished from The Conversation.   Are all ideas equal? Not in the classroom By Peter Ellerton, University of Queensland There is a widespread belief amongst teachers that it is part...

Some good links on current education issues 0

Some good links on current education issues

A good article on iPads, although I must keep saying it’s about pedagogy based on personal digital devices! Really like this article on meaningful assessment: Criteria for a Meaningful Classroom Assessment To address these...

The tragedy at the heart of New Atheism | CatholicHerald.co.uk 0

The tragedy at the heart of New Atheism | CatholicHerald.co.uk

Is this for Studies of Religion or English? God bless the internet! The tragedy at the heart of New Atheism | CatholicHerald.co.uk. What this might all boil down to are opposing interpretations of experience....