Came upon this site, where you can do your own anaylsis to answer the above question. from the url, I believe that Prof Bernie Dodge has created it for a course which he delivers.
Access the page here.
logged on to net n msn at 12+, chat wif a student. not a typically hardworking student, always late in handing up of work, find chance to ‘skip’ homework if possible, and never fail to be the last one to turn up for class! typical bad student?
nay, for anything that should happen, there must be reason(s) behind. this is especially true where CL as a subject is concerned in our unique education environment. current reality is that many of our students are simply BORED by CL lessons. 2 major reasons behind this:
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my lunch’s finally here … *GO GO GO*
This article was published 10mths ago, shows how outdated we are. As mentioned by Will Richardson in his article,
For educators, the potential significance of RSS is huge. Think about how teachers and districts could use this syndication process to communicate with students, parents, newspapers, etc. In the classroom, teachers who have students create their own Weblogs can easily keep tabs on what those students are posting by subscribing to their students’ feeds and simply checking their aggregators regularly.
RSS feed’s potential is something which we would defintely want to explore for use in education.
spent the whole day today in school library in a workshop. the facilitator for the course was dr ng pak tee ?????. touched on the grow me model. looked at it as an extension of the epms system and learnt quite a number of useful tips from there. some takeaways:
‘you have to take up new things and discard old things. schools are the only organisations that takes everything and keeps everything (cf sony)’
‘how do we expect to inspire learners if there are no fresh fish among teachers’
|—> mental model –> …
|—> shared vision –> …
|—> team learning –> …
|—> system thinking –> …
|—> personal mastery –> coaching –> partnership, peer, team, 360 deg’
‘lo is an organisation whose growth is fuelled by learning’
‘learn –> change –> reflect –> learn … …: when one truly learns, you will change becoz of wat u learnt, and upon changing, u reflected on the process and u learn from the reflection process, and you’ll change and … and the cycle continues’
‘learning without practice goes misguided ????’