Professional conversations: Adaptive expertise – Helen Timperley

Professional conversations: Adaptive expertise – Helen Timperley

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Increasingly, the literature is sort of distinguishing between routine expertise and adaptive expertise. Routine expertise is great for stable environments, we can perfect our skills and our knowledge, but unfortunately schools aren’t like that anymore— students are changing, knowledge is changing. And so this idea of adaptive expertise is really gaining currency. Essentially it’s about …

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What if Antarctica MELTED?

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This is Antarctica. Today, it’s mostly known for ice, penguins, and not much else. Or, in another way, Antarctica is easily forgotten, with some people not even bothering to include it on their World maps. But in modern times, we’re beginning to hear more and more about Earth’s southernmost continent. Mostly through news reports on …

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