Stuff. Not gonna lie, there’s some late night energy going on here and Pete ended up spending a considerable amount of time unwell this week (hence the late ep). But here we are.
Here is Stile for our Science teacher friends: https://stileapp.com/login no add here but check it out. It’s genuinely useful. Tell them Pete and Shawtima sent you, they won’t care.
We come back to some things that we’ve been talking about and trying, to let you know how they went.
Then there are some articles. Shawti talks about this article on the Conversation
Go us. Anyway, I’m going back to bed til I feel better.
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In this episode we share a win at school with an indigenous program at our nation’s peak STEM body, CSIRO.
We delve into Mastery Learning and Education Systems, particularly around the online platform setup by Sal Khan. We also look at the
In another win for the Aboriginal Australians we discuss the modern usage of Aboriginal pedagogy in the classroom at Higher Education levels and High School. Also, why it’s important to value our culture … but you know, that’s obvious.
We also look at some listener feedback and the icky feelings data can leave. We looked at the #Edureading article that lined up so well accidentally with podcast 132
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The ‘doublethink’ of data: educational performativity and the field of schooling practices by Ian Hardy and Steven Lewis
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