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Identifying Different Types of Research 1. Descriptive Research: includes survey research like you did in the first session when you tried to find out anxiety levels and most the watched tv shows. The purpose of this research is to describe … Continue reading
The results of an information hunt and my reflection are linked here.
A great EARCOS 2014 conference was had with some very enlightening presentations, here are my reflections from the keynote speeches. Transforming Learning and Leading in International Schools by Yong Zhao A wonderfully reflective and engaging opening speech by Yong Zhao … Continue reading
So the Coetail Course closes with my redefinition of the grade 9 Kinematics course. I have to admit this project was a little daunting to start with and on reflection there are some improvements I would love to have made, … Continue reading
What If… The Best Education Tue, 19 March 13 Duration: 24 mins Will a sophisticated revolution in online teaching – from the best universities on the planet – meet the shortage of higher education across the world? So there I … Continue reading
I have been finalizing my ideas for my project and have settled on the topic of motion. Traditionally I would drive the pace and development of the ideas from the front of the classroom, using worksheets and the Physics book … Continue reading
Having produced the flipped classroom videos on The Story of the Atom in a previous course (see 19th October post) I decided to trial them and get some feedback from my students in order to help me improve them in … Continue reading
For my course 5 project the unit I am looking to embed technology into will be the Grade 9 Physics trimester on Mechanics. This is an easy choice, indeed the only choice as I want to trial it during the … Continue reading
This is the first year I have taught every student having been issued with a Lap Top. I am pleased to report I really like it and think it has created far fewer problems that I expected. All students have … Continue reading
Three common theories of learning Behaviorism, Cognitivism, and Constructivism were developed when technology did not have such a powerful impact on education. We are only talking twenty years but boy how things have changed. In a word it’s the ability … Continue reading