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Sue Miller

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Neuroscience is Coming to the Classroom & Changing How We Teach

Posted by Sue Miller on October 14, 2014 at 4:41 PM

Of the many jobs Principals are tasked to do on a daily basis, perhaps the most daunting one is keeping up with educational trends. 

It seems every time you turn on the television, read a newspaper, listen to the radio, attend a conference, talk to colleagues or Google anything to do with education, there’s a new educational philosophy or pedagogy that some educational guru is asking us to embrace. It’s enough to make your head spin! The latest terminology to be tossed into the ring – and rather enthusiastically I might add - is Neuroscience and how it might be applied to improve educational practice. 

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Topics: Brain Science, Fast ForWord, Cogmed, For Principals

Learning Capacity & Fast ForWord - a School Principal's Thoughts

Posted by Sue Miller on September 17, 2014 at 5:48 PM

“Be the change that you wish to see in the world”  Mahatma Ghandi

Change can be a scary thing!  If you recognise the famous line above, you are likely a fellow educator with a penchant for understanding our ever-changing and evolving education system, like me. Perhaps 21st Century Education is your forte, or maybe you are more of a traditionalist: comfortable with standards, content, and the art of curriculum delivery. 

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Topics: Fast ForWord, Learning Capacity, For Principals

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