Monthly Archives: December 2014

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If you could give one bit of advice to a new teacher…?

About a month ago I asked the teachers at the British International School of Houston to contribute to the following online discussion question: If you could give just one bit of advice to a new teacher that would enable them to … Continue reading

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Teaching and subject expertise: let’s not fall for genericism again

Originally posted on Clio et cetera:
I have a great deal of respect for those currently pushing ‘grass-root’ teacher movements, such as ResearchEd and the College of Teaching. I’m very excited to have signed up to a ResearchEd event in…

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