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graduate school | Literacy Teaching and Teacher Education

I (Clare) am a very active doctoral supervisor and have two students near completion of their Ph.D. At the University of Toronto like many other universities the final stage in the doctoral program is the thesis defense.

https://literacyteaching.net/category/graduate-school/

ycleovoulou | Literacy Teaching and Teacher Education

We are fortunate at the University of Toronto to have the Dr. Eric Jackman Laboratory School (Jackman ICS) as part of our community. “The Lab School” is a small elementary school that has just over 200 students from nursery to sixth grade.

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Research Connections - American Educational Research

The purpose of the Getting Started with Self-Study Symposium was to provide an accessible entry point to people who are new to self-study or who are interested in learning more about self-study. The symposium was live-streamed on April 27, 2015 from Brock University and was co-chaired by Tim

http://www.aera.net/SIG109/Research-Connections

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6 Reasons You Need To Start Reading Comic Books | Thought

Amazon / Watchmen 1. Elevated thinking/reading: As Scott McCloud explains in his book Understanding Comics, comics teach our brains to read and digest text from ‘the gutter,’ or the space between frames of a comic book page.We use our imaginations or knowledge of sequence and patterns to piece together parts of a story that aren’t explicitly drawn on the page.

https://thoughtcatalog.com/lauren-perry/2014/04/6-reasons-you-need-to-start-reading-comic-books/

Who do I think I am? – Muddles into Maxims

I just read Tyson Seburn's post "Who do you think you are?", loved it, and decided to have a go myself. The other day I'd also watched the recording of the discussion panel on teacher identity at the IATEFL/TESOL Joint Webconference Tyson was a part of, so I read the post with interest. It in, Tyson responds…

https://muddlesintomaxims.com/2016/11/23/who-do-i-think-i-am/

Professional Learning in Top Performing Systems, part 2

The National Center on Education and the Economy’s (NCEE) Center on International Education Benchmarking has released two reports on professional learning environments in top performing systems: Beyond PD: Teacher Professional Learning in High-Performing Systems and Developing Shanghai’s Teachers. To explore and share the findings of these reports, the NCEE held a conference last week

https://internationalednews.com/2016/01/21/professional-learning-in-top-performing-systems-part-2/

Clare Kosnik (@ClareKosnik) | Twitter

The latest Tweets from Clare Kosnik (@ClareKosnik). Director Jackman Institute of Child Studies

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makerpedagogy.org - Developing a Maker Pedagogy: A new way

makerpedagogy.org by Dr. Shawn M. Bullock is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. Exception: Please do not use the makerpedagogy logo without express permission.

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CTL :: Clare Kosnik :: Curriculum, Teaching and Learning

Clare Kosnik is Professor in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto (OISE/UT) and the Director of the Jackman Institute of Child Studies. She teaches in the graduate program courses on teacher education and

https://www.oise.utoronto.ca/ctl/Faculty_Profiles/1583/Clare_Kosnik.html

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