Good to see @josepicardoSHS, one of our amazing graduates from #matel_leeds @EduLeedsUni quoted in The Guardian!
@josepicardoSHS @itsmotherswork http://t.co/zl06pIUgCk
Worth a read and certainly worth a follow! http://t.co/53IPjtl1UC
“[It] cannot be good or bad. It can, however, be used in good or bad ways” – @josepicardoSHS on impact of #edtech http://t.co/hfJbuIsCYp
@josepicardoSHS @cijane02 The new book by @learningspy covers this topic. http://t.co/d6BmO6IINN
@josepicardoSHS @cijane02 last point. If we didn't have our emotions, like Elliott, we wouldn't make good decisions: http://t.co/FHcb8kQ9Sg
@josepicardoSHS @cijane02 I wrote this on the topic of decision making and bias: http://t.co/VDgHP2ZAUU
Is there Teach for Finland? Here is my answer why there isn't. http://t.co/QwEIRndLrY #HGSEat103
@josepicardoSHS my pleasure. Had to think of it, because of discussion earlier today on 'blue light' https://t.co/AvtZMLiJ17
new: 'Who knows? On the need to ask critical questions about the turn towards evidence' & interesting special issue: http://t.co/u406SMCkRp
@josepicardoSHS Last one... Watch this space for results from these @EducEndowFoundn research-use studies http://t.co/ZcV9QvMWeh
@josepicardoSHS https://t.co/myhaDdyheR But evidence can reassure us.
@josepicardoSHS I gather you will have looked at the Essa academy, which mentions handheld technology http://t.co/oPy13IVNHS
@josepicardoSHS not as many as I thought but might be a start https://t.co/338uMKk6Fe