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Creating Collections in your Bullet Journal

How’s it going? You may have noticed a gap in our mini-series last week, my birthday celebrations continued for over a week so I took some time off! 434 more words


Why it is Time to Retire Bloom’s Taxonomy

Picture: Exam among Chinese Students (Source: Tomo News)

“You cannot teach today the same way you did yesterday to prepare students for tomorrow. ” John Dewey… 1,538 more words
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Building Off of Bloom: Writing Progressive Learning Objectives

One of the bedrock concepts of designing residential curricula and learning plans is the ability to write effective learning objectives. Writing effective and measurable learning objectives, however, is often more difficult than it may seem. 626 more words


Assessment Framework - Effective Assessment

An effective way of assessing learning is not the same with the tedious act of giving grades or simply marking the papers of our students. To make an assessment to be effective, teachers may assign grades however they focus more on the importance on how to improve student learning. 1,387 more words

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Learning from Teaching

It’s a week after the 2nd run of the “Roles and Expectations” session and I thought it a pertinent time to share what took place and what was discussed. 1,018 more words

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Why I started Flipping Biology

For the first 6 years of my teaching I followed a rather traditional method of teaching. I delivered content in class using a PowerPoint, students took notes and then we may spend a lesson doing a practical or an activity, then I would set homework which we may or may not have time to go through in a future lesson. 628 more words


Bloom's Taxonomy

Bloom’s taxonomy is an order of forms of thinking and questioning. It is used by teachers to create higher level thinking questions and activities for students. 272 more words