Teaching and Learning Toolkit - Feedback
Summary of research on feedback in the classroom
feedback  teaching 
december 2018
SpaceMath@NASA will introduce you to the use of mathematics in today's scientific discoveries. Through press releases, citizen science and other hands-on projects, you will explore how even the simplest mathematics lets us explore the universe.
teaching  maths  NASA  space 
december 2018
Research on Small Crowds
Breaking groups into smaller ones to deliberate rather than simply just vote gets better results apparently
decisions  groups 
december 2018
Timetable Calendar Generator 📆
This is a cross-platform command line tool for bulk generating student and teacher timetables. It can create calendar files in comma-separated (.csv) or iCal (.ics) format, or upload directly to Google Calendar.
generator  calendar  timetable 
august 2018
Ideas for teaching better all in one place
Great collection of Tom Sherington articles
august 2018
Designing a Feedback (not Marking) Policy – The World Is Maths
Excellent article on: exit tickets, whole class feedback and feedback in general.
teaching  policy  feedback  maths 
august 2018
Women in power posters
Possible poster for classroom
august 2018
Entête - Catégorie Stevenson
Donkey hire for the Stevenson adventure
France  Stevenson  Travel  donkey 
december 2017
Focus on Formative Feedback - Valerie Schute
This paper reviews the corpus of research on
feedback, with a particular focus on formative
feedback—defined as information communicated to
the learner that is intended to modify the
learner’s thinking or behavior
for the purpose of improving learni
ng. According to researchers in
the area, formative feedback should be multidim
ensional, nonevaluative, supportive, timely,
specific, credible, infrequent, and genui
ne (e.g., Brophy, 1981; Schwartz & White, 2000).
Formative feedback is usually presented as information to a learner in response to some action
on the learner’s part. It comes in a variety
of types (e.g., verification of response accuracy,
explanation of the correct answer, hints, worked
examples) and can be administered at various
times during the learning process (e.g., immediat
ely following an answer, after some period of
time has elapsed). Finally, there are a number of vari
ables that have been shown to interact with
formative feedback’s success at promoting learni
ng (e.g., individual characteristics of the learner
and aspects of the task).
All of these issues will be discussed in
this paper. This review concludes
with a set of guidelines for
generating formative feedback.
feedback  psychology 
july 2017
I Write Like
Check which famous writer you write like with this statistical analysis tool, which analyzes your word choice and writing style and compares them with those of the famous writers.
writing  English  style 
june 2017
Battle of Salamis - YouTube
Good documentary on Xerxes, Themistocles and Salamis
classics  Greece  history  video  battle  Persia 
june 2017
Probability for Game Designers | The Best Games Are Yet To Be Made
Great overview of probability needed for GCSE (and more importantly games)
statistics  games  probablility  maths 
may 2017
Statisticians in World War II: They also served | The Economist
How statisticians changed the war, and the war changed statistics
history  statistics  world-war-2  maths 
may 2017
Overview — NetworkX
NetworkX is a Python language software package for the creation, manipulation, and study of the structure, dynamics, and functions of complex networks.
analysis  networks  python  code 
april 2017
The Pen Is Mightier Than the Keyboard: Advantages of Longhand Over Laptop Note Taking
It's more to do with the fact that laptop users transcribe what's being said and writers repackage it.
teaching  memory  research  edtech 
march 2017
Hun archery
History channel video on rate of fire of Huns
archery  silkroads  history  army 
january 2017
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