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The EdCamp

Armed with a white board and pieces of colored paper, we ventured to The Raya School to try out the professional development activity called, EdCamp. By far, it is the most spontaneous activity I have ever attended. 439 more words

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Games culture, resistance, and change: How video games can tell liberation stories

First came the news that women are outnumbering teenage boys in video gaming. And, lo, it was good.

Then came the question of whether or not the capital-G “Gamer” moniker was actually useful or important anymore by any cultural or economic measure. 1,018 more words

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A soothing novel in twelve short paragraphs ...

“It was summer, and it was hot. Rachel was there. A lonely old grey couch. And the kingdom was theirs forever, the end!”.

Another Sunday night in, another night of remembering lines from F.R.I.E.N.D.S.   308 more words

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Lessons learnt from David Sedaris ....

… who’s one of my favourite authors (as in, I wish I wrote what he wrote):

It’s not lost on me that I’m so busy recording life, I don’t have time to really live it.  

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Synthesising Happiness

Why, TED, do you keep challenging me and shaking up my view of the world?

… imagining that not getting what you want could make you just as happy as getting it … 56 more words

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The TPACK Model

TPACK is a framework that combines three knowledge areas: technological knowledge, content knowledge, and pedagogical knowledge.

Content Knowledge:
WHAT – The Subject Matter

Pedagogical Knowledge: 17 more words

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The Pedagogy Wheel Infographic (SAMR Model)

The SAMR Model



———-The Very Thin Line———–



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