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The tragedy of commercialized “standardized” tests

I just read a piece by Mario Rinvolucri in the summer edition of The Teacher Trainer, published by Pilgrims and edited by Tessa Woodward. He quotes the retired head of the Civil Service in the UK which came from an article in The Guardian Weekly: “An addiction to exams is fueling stress, anxiety and failure […]

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Dear fellow explorers. I wrote this blog ages ago but I did not put in a title so it was not I think posted. David e-mailed me a couple of times and said that a title is needed in the title line. Well, as I have said many times, the obvious is difficult to see! […]

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Dear Fellow Explorers, When I did a blog a few years ago many who read what I was talking about sent questions and comments. These days it seems teachers tend to read blogs rather than read them and react or ask questions. As you can see, I am attaching The Table of Contents for Small […]

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Pls. read The Table of Contents and Introduction to the Audiobook version of Small changes in teaching so you can send me questions and comments.   I am attaching The Table of Contents from Small changes in teaching, big results in learning for two reasons. When the audiobook version of Small changes is available listeners […]

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John F. Fanselow here with a big thank you to David Paul for hosting a blog for me on the LTP website.   The title of my blog is a short version of a book and videos that iTDi published in 2018 titled Short changes in teaching, big results in learning: Videos, activities and essays […]

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