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Radio #EDUtalk 26-08-2015 Kenny Pieper

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Kenny Pieper, Reading in and out of Class, offline and on.

Kenny’s Blog: Just Trying To Be Better Than Yesterday » …how difficult can that be?
Why Reading Dialogue Journals Really Work » Just Trying To Be Better Than Yesterday
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Why can’t we read anymore? — Medium

Radio #EDUtalk 19-08-2015 Charlie Love

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Charlie Love: talking about CFE, technologies and the nation’s need for digital skills.

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Minecraft: A celebration of learning at #Minecon2015

Pedagoo Glasgow Mark Priestley – CfE as a process curriculum

Mark Priestley CfE as a process curriculum Mark Priestley CfE as a process curriculum
CfE as a process curriculum – possibilities and challenges
Mark Priestley @MarkRPriestley
Professor of Education. Interested in the school curriculum, the work of teachers and curriculum change. Mark Priestley | Professor Mark Priestley’s blog. University of Stirling. Comment on topical issues relating to the school curriculum

In this workshop. we will explore the possibilities opened up by treating CfE as a process curriculum (as opposed to an outcomes-driven model for school-based curriculum development). We will consider how applying different curriculum planning models to CfE leads to potentially very different results – in some cases practices which are out of step with the original spirit of CfE.

The essence of CfEness

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What makes a CfE teacher? Is it the content or the principles upon which you approach the planning and delivery of the curriculum? #edutalk #cfe
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Inverkeithing, Fife, Scotland

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