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1/11 I was curious about TOP TWEETS IN 2019 about #dyslexia #research. Are you?
(note: removed those with no content, ads and clearly not "research-based (e.g., dyslexia fonts claiming it's research based), & abbreviated some of their original tweets)
3/11 "The research says it all, hiring people with dyslexia will help future-proof the workplace." by @richardbranson.
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As the new #academic year beckons, I'm preparing new lectures and materials, including on the EU single market. The irony that I, as a British citizen, may not be allowed to work in the EU without a visa post-March isn't lost on me.

#PeoplesVote #StopBrexit #edchat #educhat
Given that the UK will be days away from leaving the @DSMeu when I deliver one of the lectures... on the #digital #singlemarket it's going to call for some agile teaching because I have no doubt the UK government will still be making it up as they go along as they have thus far.
However, whatever the stress caused by this, my thoughts will be with fellow British lecturers, academics & researchers in the EU27 and EU27 lecturers, academics & researchers in the UK who do not know their future.
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It’s what you’ve all been waiting for - a long-read #educhat thread on school exclusions & institutional bias! Context: exchanges this week (inc w/ @tombennett71 @LauraJPartridge @Trudgeteacher) re the @commonsed report on school #exclusions… 1/24 (🤷‍♀️)
2/24 What matters isn’t *just* too many kids excluded but that some groups disproportionately more likely to be excluded: BME boys (4x likely), CIN (3x) or in care (2x), with SEND (7x) poor (4x) and with mental ill-health (close to 100% of excluded kids) (all figures 2017 @ippr)
3/24 These factors are, of course, intersectional. To give you an idea of how they combine, the @childrenscomm (links below, 2012) compared two hypothetical (but typical) children where one was 168 times more likely to be excluded than the other.
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Listening to the opening remarks for the #EdTech Winter School by @cristobalcobo.

'Not everything that counts can be counted'

#edtech #educhat #edchat
'Create connections to re-think #education inntje age of digital technology.'

#EdTechUy #EdChat #DigitalEducation
The first session of the Winter School is lead by @lucipangrazio on young people's literacies in the digital age.

#EdTechUy #EdChat #DigitalEducation #ChildRightsChat
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