Monthly Archives: May 2014

Gothic Romanticism: architecture, politics and literary form | The Gothic Imagination

See on Scoop.it – Curriculum Resources Duggett argues that the split between ‘Romantic’ and ‘Gothic’ was not simply accidental or a later critical imposition on the period. He argues that the first generation of Romantic poets (specifically William Wordsworth, Samuel … Continue reading

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Wordsworth and Romanticism

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These Documents Contained Crucial Scientific Insights – If Only They Could Be Saved

See on Scoop.it – Curriculum Resources Scholars once flocked to ancient Timbuktu, writing texts on everything from medicine to mathematics. Historians suspect these documents contain crucial scientific insights – if only the surviving dusty pages can be saved. See on … Continue reading

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The Collection Online | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Providing Feedback on Student Writing and Video – Edudemic

See on Scoop.it – 21st century learning Providing timely and effective feedback on student work is a critical component to any classroom. As students increasingly operate and create in a digital environment, emerging tools provide unique new opportunities for teachers … Continue reading

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Inquiry skills across the Australian Curriculum

See on Scoop.it – Curriculum Resources In this post I present my analysis of the Australian Curriculum v6.0. Inquiry skills and information literacy are embedded in the Australian Curriculum in the subject areas Science, History, Geogra… See on inquirylearningblog.wordpress.com

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