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A Pedagogy With Passion

The soul of any worthwhile pedagogy is the teacher’s desire and determination to lead by example. Educators cannot inspire a love for learning in others if their own hearts haven’t been enraptured by that very love. 228 more words

TK's Two Cents

Notes on Pedagogy

My graduate classes often involve students presenting the material we read for class. Here are my thoughts to some good pedagogy for such an exercise. 86 more words


Ditch that Textbook!

Ditch that Textbook is an excellent read for teachers at any level with any amount of experience. Matt Miller has many good tips and suggestions, and his philosophical insights provide useful adjustments to “old school” methods, as well as for newbies who hope to emulate that incredible university lecturer from junior year. 196 more words


Visual Rhetorics: Pedagogy and Design

Ridolfo & DeVoss (2009). “Composing for Recomposition: Rhetorical Velocity and Delivery.”

What is their purpose? To introduce a new term, rhetorical velocity, and explore the rhetorical possibilities of… 615 more words


Playing with jigsaws is the way forward

This is a guest post written by my brother Andy (@andycav_25). Andy is a primary teacher in West Yorkshire and currently teachers Year 5. 907 more words


PAB Entry #3

PAB Entry #3: Article #1

Hesse, D. (2012). Writing program research : Three analytic axes. In M. P. Sheridan & L. Nickoson (Eds.), Writing studies research in practice: Methods and methodologies. 1,106 more words


What makes a successful Just Play teacher?

In addition to exploring the Just Play resources by, well just playing, our UK pilot schools met again to upick how they might use them with their classes. 355 more words

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