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Day 3 Project

Today I decide I will write my Professional Development Blog in Denglish, after all, I am Dutch. I contacted the lady in our school library to work with me on information literacy, and asked her would she work with me on this project of integrating information literacy as we both know it, being 50+, in […]

Day 2 Project

Today I decide I need a website to give evidence of my learning so other teachers can see how this works. I figure out how to set up a Word Press website. From 2005-2010 I have run a Moodle Website as an Admin, so I have some basic skills on how to edit. This Moodle […]

Day 1 Project

Today my students asked about Fake News and how they weren’t taught about that in any subject within our Dutch curriculum. True, we have Computer Science as an optional subject ages 16-18. True, Curriculum.nu is reformulating the Dutch curriculum secondary general. As a teacher of English, I cannot wait for that, I need to cater […]

Using Feedback

Using Feedback

Why is feedback important? Feedback is an important part of the learning cycle to help you to evaluate your work so that you can identify strengths, which you will want to continue to have in future, as well as problem areas which you need to improve. Sources of feedback There are three main sources of feedback, namely yourself, […]

Day 4 Project: Information Lit...

The sun is shining on this beautiful Saturday, and I have worked in my garden. Still, I need to research more, learn more about what they teach in Computer Science in The Netherlands (Informatica and Why is it not a compulsory subject yet??), and give evidence of my learning. It is a compulsive need of […]