Radio #EDUtalk 25-11-2014: Dr Vivienne Ming of Socos talks about Meta-Learning and Naturalistic Interventions

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Dr Vivienne Ming of Socos talks about Meta-Learning and Naturalistic Interventions.

Click here to read a draft of their white paper on their philosophy, methods, technology and impact.

Vivienne poses the following questions to listeners:

What are the most predictive attributes of student’s success, both in school and later in life?

Can such attributes be developed?

I.C.T. for Teachers Not Techies!

SCSSA Helen Gardyne & Kirsty Dunn I.C.T. for Teachers Not Techies!

Helen Gardyne HT and Kirsty Dunn from Ormiston Primary School, taking about ict acroos their school and Chromebooks in the classroom.

Recording from Scottish Centre for Studies in School Administration Conference: Information and Communications Technology in the Classroom – Making a Difference to Pupil Learning

The DS106 Good Spell Episode 19

106 Bullets Episode 19

DS106 is art psychotherapy if you want to use it that way
Notice how your mental state changes if you do your assignments and daily creates – who needs a shrink?

The DS106 Good Spell is a podcast about the open online course on digital storytelling, DS106.

The show is hosted by Mariana Funes and John Johnston and was broadcast on DS106 Radio:ds106rad.io.

Radio #EDUtalk 19-11-14: Daryl Stanfield and Neil Craik-Collins of Ross High School in East Lothian talk about their Learning Rounds

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Daryl Stanfield, Teacher of Physics, and Neil Craik-Collins, Deputy Head Teacher at Ross High School in East Lothian, talk about Learning Rounds.