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Critical thinking about social perception

A quick way to demonstrate the power of critical thinking to students, and perhaps improve their ability to understand and negotiate social networks comes from the… 77 more words

Critical Thinking

Memoirs of a Public School student {2}

I wish I could say Secondary school was as much fun as Primary. It wasn’t. I found myself sent again, to a school where the average class size was 70. 1,498 more words


Books in the Early U.S. Survey

I’m teaching two sections of the first half of the U.S. survey this semester (which goes to 1877 here at BYU). I taught two sections of the same last semester. 1,199 more words


Establishing a Framework to Support Independent Revision

An Action Research Project by Darragh McMullan (Humanities)


The focus for this will be year 10 students going into year 11. From previous experience and with the increasing demands on students to undertake exam revision, I feel students need to be clear what areas of a course they are weaker in and what areas they need to focus on more specifically for revision. 366 more words


Handbook: Supporting Queer and Trans Students in Art and Design Education

Handbook: Supporting Queer and Trans Students in Art and Design Education is the first student-authored resource book of its kind. The guide draws from anti-oppressive education models to enable faculty to unlearn and critically address oppression on the basis of race, gender, and sexuality, and transform their understanding of how to support queer and transgender students in the studio, classroom, and beyond. 222 more words


Attempting to Learn Flask, Part 1

I think this might be a series on how I learn Flask. I don’t know if I’ll succeed or fail yet at learning it. I’ll try and track my progress or the lack of it, and hope I don’t run out of steam. 1,078 more words

#Montessori misinterpretation mess

Nooo it’s not an article against Montessori education, which is great!

Here’s the core of it, copy/pasted from Wikipedia :

Montessori education is fundamentally…

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