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Thoughts and principles: often claiming to be the 3 rules for something
Department of Psychology,
University of Glasgow.
This is the entry and index page for a new wee project of mine: collecting
sets of principles or best points about things, mainly educational things.
A single combined page for convenient printing is
Laurillard's 12 activities for learning/teaching
Rowntree's 17 proposals for better HE assessment
Bloom's taxonomy. And whose you should use instead.
Most favourite papers
To be considered
Activism: the connection between doing and learning
The three types of knowledge in chemistry
The cost-quality triangle / quadrilateral
Roy Tasker's hierarchy of learning and objects
The three underlying causes of learning
The three unrelated tasks of teaching
Curriculum and syllabus
triad 1: The three parts of learning a new practice
triad 2: See one, do one, teach one.
Also the Dojo structure for teaching and learning.
triad 3: Reading, discussing, writing
Teaching and learning: their nature in pictures
A rare example when pictures actually are worth
more than words
Quantitative vs. Qualitative
7 principles for good practice in undergraduate education (Chickering & Gamson)
Link to set of links on such principles
7 principles of good feedback practice (Nicol)
4 more conditions
N.B. a page collecting
rival sets of principles related to assessment and feedback
12 principles by Romer for quality in undergraduate education
IUPUI (Indiana / Purdue) 6 principles of undergraduate learning
(actually, learning aims, not methods for promoting learning).
4 top principles by Brenda Smith for quality in undergraduate education
Gee's principles of good learning
FoxFire: 11 core practices for active learning
9? Alex Johnstone
General educational rules
VLEs: best and worst features
Thoughts for the day
Interactive periodic table
Gibson, Affordance, my points
How many senses do humans have? (Olfaction)
14 basic points about colour
Positive psychology, public mental health
Patient experience, medical education, public health
S-shaped curve for uptake of innovations
Correlation and causation
Proving there really is no difference
The best online medical advice
The pros and cons of making mistakes
Small rather than best, notes
Answer Gardens mark 2
Dimensions and senses of Reflection
PDP e-portfolios: This page has been replaced by:
Anti-best: 50 poor theories of learning
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