Reading together; Better lives through books; a commentary on Jon Biddle’s NRSN twilight

This week I had the good fortune of attending Jon Biddle’s session Reading for Pleasure, yet another gem brought to us by the Norwich Research Leads Network. (See articles on previous #NorRel presentations by Roger Higgins and Stuart Kime). The organisers had given Andrew Howard and I the opportunity to precede Jon’s session with an ultra-compressed... Continue Reading →

Cooperative Learning; Closed Questions, Closed Achievement Gaps

The reason I initially caught onto Tharby's article was that he so neatly explained my own motives for promoting closed questions - they provide the exactitude which is the foundation for higher level thinking and debating and they nicely mirror the precision that is a hallmark of Cooperative Learning.

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