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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Is twice a month habit-forming?

(or should that be subtitled - 'How to hook people in with a title...')

Took part for the second time in a month on the 'Inside Learning' podcast last night. Asked Nicola in advance of the podcast if she wanted to take part, and she politely informed me that she was "on her holidays from education". You can download the podcast here or subscribe through iTunes.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Ian said...

Once your married I am not sure you will be able to manage twice a month......... PodCasting of course.
Tell Nicola its a way of stopping the boredom ;-)

Ian

12:12 pm  
Blogger marlyn moffat said...

Wow am i ever impressed with the technology. Now the content....This challenges teachers. Let's expand my study of access to Argyll! We can add free school meals later and give our policy makers something to think about. I still believe teaching is an instinctive profession. At my stage,P3,mobility is the theme. Reading groupings we explain by the availability of the number of books. But you know, children have always assessed for themselves where they were in the great scheme of things.(Rightly or wrongly) I use collaborative learning daily, but am also wary of using the same children to support others, because it sets them up and apart, and reinforces playground behaviour, not always good.
Probationer posts get funding and support, a face in front of a class, but everyone has to apply for a basic job, even those who have given good service for many years, to the same authority.

1:28 am  

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