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ADEPTT - Iván Diego

Acknowledging and developing entrepreneurial practice in teacher training

ivan diego

on 1 March 2013

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Transcript of ADEPTT - Iván Diego

"I don´t believe in this "gifted few" concept, just in people doing things they are really interested in doing. They have a way of getting good at whatever is." Almost none of the views expressed here are solely those of the author in his private capacity and do in many ways represent the views of a good bunch of people. It should be quite obvious that the Dept. of State has not approved, endorsed, embraced, friended, liked, tweeted or authorized this talk. Disclaimer enterprising teaching drives enterprising learning
it's already happening at schools Premises hmmm... Good news Make decisions informed by research
Master repertoire of skills and practices
Apply creative capacities to specific contexts and situations Pragmatopians Teacher-generated ideas
[small-scale, low-cost, low-risk]
effectively turned into actions that add value to others. Pragmatopias A vision A model adeptt http://adeptt.blogspot.com
twitter @adepttproject
ivan diego
ivan@valnalon.com To teach sb a lesson "to cause someone to suffer the unpleasant consequences of some behavior or action" "Almost all things we do in the name of education have a positive effect on student achievement" John Hattie More MBE,
less MBA Charles Eames “Words are never 'only words'; they matter because they define the contours of what we can do.”
― Slavoj Žižek mind, brain, education
learned helplessness
design thinking
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