The computing education blog poses a long list of research questions in computing education. I was going to quote my favourite, but the whole post is worth reading…
This work-life balance thing, as Jon would say, feels like one big fail for 2012.
Jon was, doubtless still is, good at finding fails. Even better, he had a big fat roll of fail stickers to suitably annotate any fails he came across.
But, in today’s analytical world, experience and feeling is no longer enough. You need to be able to measure and prove that it’s a fail. How else would you know if things are improving next year? How else can you set yourself targets? How else can you demonstrate that you’re performing above national floor standards for work-life balance?
No worries. We can measure anything.
To complement LEARN we now have T.E.A.C.H.
Engage and Extend
Assess and Adapt
- Pair — Think — Share
- But is that a good question in the first place?
On the classroom wall. L.E.A.R.N.
Listen when the teacher or others are talking.
Enter the room Equipped to learn.
Aim to do the best you can.
No calling out.
6 Ted Talks in the category of highly unusual schools.