Tag: Edutronic

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Presentation to Teachmeet BETT 2014

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Agency through Authenticity

Presentation to the #i2ipartnership teachmeet, held on 24 October 2013

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An Explanation: Romeo and Juliet – Fate and Interpretation

This month’s #blogsync calls for “an example of a great classroom explanation”. I must admit that I have thought twice about the following contribution as there’s a sense that it really does put me in the

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Presentation to Teachmeet BETT: From Intention to Effect

In this presentation, delivered live to Teachmeet BETT 2013, I introduced the intentions behind the development of EDUTRONIC  and then provide evidence, in the form of a snapshot of a single interaction with a Year 8

If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes

If Nothing Changes, Nothing Changes

Albert Einstein defined insanity as: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. Yet, inescapably, the English education system ignores this logic, and repeats the same tired strategies and the same

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Give the Feedback Before the Race is Run

Presented to Teachmeet London on Tuesday 11 December, 2012, to follow is a quick drive through one moment in the life of The Edutronic – with a focus on feedback. Teachmeets are a grass-roots phenomenon

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Edutronic Presentation for The London Leadership Strategy meeting

As part of Dr Laura Ovenden’s presentation to the London Leadership Strategy meeting I was invited to present an introduction to Edutronic and its power as a vehicle for student feedback. Here’s a video of