πŸ’¬ The IKEA Effect – Issue 126 – Dialogic Learning Weekly

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I stumbled on a blog series from the University of Nottingham’s Primary Educator Network, that explores a range of pedagogical strategies.

“In every teacher’s repertoire, there are a number of specific pedagogical practices that are fundamental to almost any subject taught. They might include, for example, explaining a new concept or managing a whole-class discussion. These powerful tools, each of which depends on the honing of skills over time, have sometimes been termed core, or high-leverage practices.”

In some Sydney partner schools, they call these strategies “pedagogical moves” like a dance routine. I am busting some pedagogical shapes!

Tom, I really like your point about ‘pedagogical moves’. I wrote a post a few years ago wondering about pedagogical cocktails. I think what is interesting is that if we add too many ingredients then the subtle flavours can become lost with only the more dominant remaining. I think this is where your post on innovation compression is so important.

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