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Are librarians teachers? Investigating academic librarians’ perceptions of their own teaching skills

Librarian roles in the education sector increasingly include teaching responsibilities, therefore librarians need to know more about teaching theory …

Pedagogy

A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy

<b>A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy</b><p>by <b>TeachThought Staff</b><p>The modern learner has to sift through a lot of information.<p>That means higher level thinking …

Teaching in an Evidence Based Classroom

How can teachers work smarter not harder, using evidence based strategies in their classrooms? This was a question I posed

Teaching

A Template for Co-Planning Lessons

Co-Teaching: Making It Work<br>December 10, 2015 | Volume <b>11</b> | Issue <b>7</b> <b><br>Table of Contents</b> <b></b><p>Share |<p>A Template for Co-Planning Lessons<p>Pam Robbins<p>Co-planning …

7 Principles of a Nonlinear Pedagogy

“nonlinear pedagogy can provide the theoretical framework for researchers and practitioners to develop effective learning designs” (Chow, 2013)<p>How do …

Podcast Ep 8: An Introduction To Critical Pedagogy In The Classroom

<b>Podcast Ep 8: An Introduction To Critical Pedagogy In The Classroom</b><p>by <b>TeachThought Staff</b><p>Critical Pedagogy and Critical Literacy both involve the idea …

Curriculum Mapping, 5 Ideas - Cooper on Curriculum

<b>Be a critical consumer of others’ systems.</b> Prior to the conference I had read three curriculum design books by Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs and four books …

What do we Mean by Pedagogy?Characterising learning (part 1)

Learning is a very complex area of research due to its ubiquitous presence in what it means to be human. As such, learning is a process which occurs …

So How Do You Know They Got It? Showing Evidence of Learning

<i>I wanted to publish one more guest post on the topic of "how we know what students know" (look back at the introduction to this post for the full</i> …

Creativity in teaching: Creative Pedagogy

In a previous article (ICT enhanced teaching and learning or ‘digital pedagogy‘) I shared my current work, commissioned by UCL IOE on behalf of the …

Heuristics – making sense of the complexity of pedagogy

Over the course of a number of posts I have laid out a notion of pedagogy as the interpenetration of a number of complex adaptive systems (see here …

The Case for a Return to Liberation Education, Part 1.

When I was in graduate school earning my degree in education, one of my professors had us read a curious book titled <i>Approaches to Teaching</i> by …

Coalescent spaces

Designing pedagogy which coalesces digital and physical spaces<p>The keynote at our UAL Learning and Teaching day last week explored ‘Creative Learning …

5 QUESTIONS TO REMOVE FROM YOUR CLASSROOM

I talk about teaching and learning quite a lot. In fact, if you ask my wife, probably a little too much. Because of this, teachers in my department …

Pedagogy

Why kids — now more than ever — need to learn philosophy. Yes, philosophy.

We hear a lot about things kids “must” learn. Indeed, President Obama just announced he was going to ask Congress for $4 billion to fund an initiative to bring computer science to more students. Here’s an argument that there is a more immediate issue that schools should tackle. It was written by …

Education

Heterarchy: An Idea Finally Ripe for Its Time

<i>This article was originally published at Stratfor.com.</i><p>While browsing a recent issue of <i>Progress in Biophysics and Molecular Biology</i>, I came across an essay titled, “Towards a heterarchical approach to biology and cognition,” and my heart soared. “What a strange heart,” you say. “What an odd person …

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