Monthly Archives: September 2016

Teaching Teachers – a silly idea? (ResearchED 2016)

Here’s a rough outline of the talk I gave at ResearchED 2016, on Saturday 10th September.     As I move further into teacher education, I feel it behoves me to know something of its history. ┬áTo that end I’ve … Continue reading

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Is effortless learning possible?

Maybe. If you want to know what it looks like to learn using Engelmann’s techniques, take 45 min and watch this. At age 9 I desperately wanted to learn French, tried with a few language tapes, and failed. At 10 … Continue reading

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