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Hello new followers! A brief thread telling you a bit about what I do that might interest you (besides semi-vulgar rants about pockets and pictures of me in ties and waistcoats).
1. The thing I'm probably most proud of at the moment is my @tes podcast on #maths education..
@tes ..where I interview maths education researchers about their work. It's medium-length (35-45 mins), the calibre of guests so far has been OUTSTANDING, and we have a lot of fun. It's been amazing CPD for me, and it never fails to astonish me how illuminating it can be...
@tes ..to be able to probe at some ideas with someone who is a real expert. It's a joy to produce. A great deal of work goes into it: pre-reading (sometimes of almost an entire PhD!), joke writing (with the wonderful @Darrenmacey), and writing the accompanying article. Here are..
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Tuesday morning, at #JupyterPopup DC, I'll give a preview of "Flipped Learning with Jupyter," my joint #JupyterCon talk with @RobertTalbert jupyter-pop-up-dc.eventbrite.com
Two weeks later, I'll give a somewhat related talk at #OpenedX2018: "Jupyter-based courses in Open edX: authoring and grading with notebooks" sched.co/EUAl #Jupyter
One of the biggest misconceptions about #flippedclass is "Assuming that flipped learning requires videos," as @RobertTalbert discusses here: rtalbert.org/how-to-define-…
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