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A new journey

It’s official: from September 2016 I will once again be a doctoral student. It has been a long process, and it has taken a lot of thinking and discussion with various people (you know who you are, thanks!), but I decided to apply for a place on the… 200 more words

Professional Development

GSE alumnus Paul Coakley selected to lead Centennial School District

Paul Coakley, BS ’00, MEd ’01, IAL ’06, CAL ’12, EdD ’13, is the new interim superintendent of Centennial School District, the 21st largest in the state. 344 more words

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The Hell of the East Midlands: Rutland Reflections

Edd writes

“C’est une connerie”. That was how Bernard Hinault famously described Paris-Roubaix, the so-called L’enfer du Nord or “hell of the North”. Roughly translated the expression means “it’s bullsh*t”! 1,533 more words

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French Revolutions: A Crit(ical) Appraisal

What is a criterium, or crit as they tend to be affectionately known? Well it’s basically a circuit race, a style of racing very common in the UK (more often than not on closed motor circuits) and also, of course, in Belgium with the fabled kermesses. 849 more words

What Makes For Successful Feedback?

Feedback is crucial to the development of students, but only if it is delivered correctly. Learn more about effective feedback on my blog, here.

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PSU doctoral student recipient of national science teaching award

Alfonso Garcia Arriola is the District XVII recipient of the Robert E. Yager Foundation Excellence in Teaching Awards from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 226 more words

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