Tuesday , March 19 2019

Tag Archives: pedagogy

Language in, language out.

Adam Voigt: "What I think I got wrong is that this model is probably far more important for Classroom Practitioners than it is for School Leaders. Allow me to explain why...

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What if Plato was wrong and music education doesn’t matter?

Claims that music boosts intelligence, emotional wellbeing and psychosocial development, have been researched, debated and oft-proven over the decades but Stevens is hesitant to create unreasonable expectations of broad academic success. Instead, he advocates for specific music education pedagogy to be tied to specific evidence-based research.

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I’m shorry.

Adam Voigt explains the majesty and 'teaching moment' potential of fake apologies. I think the shorry that made me laugh the most was perhaps both the most bizarre... there was a game of Fortnite involved.

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