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Meyer and Stokke (again)

Since I’ve looked at a bit of Dan Meyer’s and Anna Stokke’s recent comments on mathematics education, it might be fun to see a popular press discussion of their positions. 1,017 more words

Classroom Teaching

Sharing your research through different media

Today I joined in the University of Leicester School of Education Summer School, in which research students from around the world gathered for research skills workshops. 454 more words

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Growth Mindset: Where do we go now?

Before reading this blog it may be useful to read my first blog on mindset from this time last year which is here.

I have just completed the analysis of the mindset questionnaires that we repeated with our students this year. 831 more words

Talk for Medicine Unmasked seminar, Swansea University, June 17th, 2015

I am very happy to be here today to talk about the Medicine Unmasked project. First of all I want to acknowledge and thank all of the people who were involved in the project both in supporting it behind the scenes and in participating in it directly. 3,117 more words

6 Lessons from GEG Indonesia Workshop

Overcoming Indonesian teachers resistance of learning new technology for education requires collaboration of committed teachers who dedicate their passion to start a change. This is the main reasons why Google Educator Group called champion teachers from all over Indonesia to bring changes to learn, share, inspire, and empower each other to maximize the use of technology. 783 more words

Educational Research

Meet Difference Makers in Surabaya

Being part of EdTech transformation has always been part of my life.

It’s the main reasons I accepted Unesa (Universitas Negeri Surabaya) EdTech Department to join 21st Century Learning Seminar. 519 more words

Educational Research

School Reform: Listen Deeply to What Teachers Know

Summary: Recent research identifies truths about kids and pedagogy that have long been embedded in the practice of American educators. Time is long past to act more consistently on teacher insights. 782 more words

School Reform