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Issue 8.2

CTL 8.2 Cover

The cover page of Creative Teaching & Learning 8.2

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CTL 8.2 Editorial

The editorial page of Creative Teaching & Learning 8.2

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CTL 8.2 Contents

The contents of Creative Teaching & Learning 8.2

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CTL 8.2 News

The latest news in Creative Teaching & Learning 8.2

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Changing the World with Science

Students at Robert Woodard Academy are finding answers to the complexities of climate change through a new initiative by the Institute for Research in Schools. STEM leader Darren Harman reports.

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Beekeeping and Cross-Curriculum Learning

Challenging students to think deeply and make connections is not always easy, but can pay dividends in the long run. Julie McGrane and David Leat show how Thinking Skills can be employed in an innovative, cross-curriculum approach.

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Maths That Make You Smile

Mathematics can be anxiety producing for many children and adults. Why are so many students resistant to maths learning? Deborah Peart offers strategies for a student-centered approach that helps students take ownership of their learning.

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Cultivating a Culture of Thinking

Cultural forces exist in all classrooms that can be leveraged to develop a culture of thinking. Jeff Watson and Roger Winn demonstrate how to harness these forces to develop students’ thinking skills in secondary Maths and Chemistry classrooms.

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Shaping Reality with the Language of Thinking

The power of language extends beyond the world of syntax. Erika Lusky shows how using the Cultures of Thinking framework is transforming the learning culture and offering students the ability to truly think for themselves.

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Framing Learning as a Social Endeavour

Student-led collaboration can bring out the individual gifts of students as they develop within a community. Julie Rains shows how group learning and reflection can make students feel successful as active participants in their own learning.

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Why Pop Culture needs to be a part of STEM Education

Bringing Zombies, Harry Potter and Disney fairy tales into the classroom is a great way of sparking imagination and allowing children to find meaning in STEM activities. Edward Kang and Amy Schwartzbach-Kang share how their work is inspiring children to love learning about science and maths.

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