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Sketchbooks for D&T

The use of sketchbook is well established in art & design courses at every level – primary school, secondary school, FE and HE. Here the sketchbook is a personal account of explorations that encourage reflection and provide stimulus that ultimately lead to art & design outcomes. 108 more words

Curriculum Development

My Experiences with Mastery Learning

Teaching for mastery was a major initiative pushed by our school this year.  It has been a concept I have tried to incorporate into my instruction, but not fully as there are some concerns when it comes to grading and pass rates (more on that later).   847 more words

Reflections

Historian's 1st Semester's Reflections

Hi 59ers! Congratulations, as we have gone through with our 1st Semester academic and non-academic chores at Armed Forces of the Philippines Command and General Staff College (AFPCGSC), Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo, Quezon City. 441 more words

SUBJECT NOT CRITICAL HENCE STUDY LEAVE WAS DENIED

“Due to economic constraint we are only granting study leave to the most critical areas of Maths, English, Science, Foreign Languages, Technical and Vocation. We suggests that you do this part-time or take up online studies…” 819 more words

Technology Really Works… As Long as the Learning Design Does, Too

Augmented Reality Technology Brings Learning to Life: A Study Looks at the Power of Technology to Recapture the Attention of Middle and High School Students… 216 more words

Interesting News

What is and what can never be: the fruitless search for educational utopias

(with thanks to Led Zeppelin for the title of the article)

I have attended two conferences this month – the ECER conference in Porto, and most recently the BERA conference in London. 951 more words

Curriculum Development

The Multiplayer Classroom's Second Year

After being in school for two weeks now, I have been able to gauge how the multiplayer classroom that I designed last year will work this year. 737 more words

Reflections