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Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT) guide the development of student sophisticated thinking and rely on educator professional judgement and adaptation.

  • Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching all focus on students' thinking skills.
  • MELT are best used to scaffold thinking skill development in repeated use so that MELT become thinking routines for students.
  • Engaged teachers are vital for this process, for MELT provides broad guidelines, but educators typically change the terminology to make MELT fluid and learning active.

MELTeducation- Blog for the Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching

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Dec

AARE Symposium: Developing research thinking for responsive teaching practice

The presentations in this symposium focused on the development of research thinking which enables innovative and discerning educator responses that are needed for rapid change to be effective change. The Symposium presentations ares available here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17HK4iNtktUTRj8kg8SG6LiJEPPP4BQVg/view?usp=sharing The powerpoints for each presentation are below. The symposium comprised research on pre-service, in-service and university teachers that uses … Continue reading "AARE Symposium: Developing research thinking for responsive teaching practice"

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Oct

The Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching for the National Forum

Welcome to the National Forum Seminar Series Here you will find the powerpoint for the Seminar And the slides for the workshop And the MELT pentagon for your discussion and modification during the workshop

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Jul

Your students and their Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT)

VetEd 2021 Conference Keynote PDF: The Evolution and Sustained Implementation of a Student-led Model of Engaged Learning and Teaching  Also, a pre-recorded and short version of the keynote Pre-conference Workshop:Your students and their Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching Colleagues attended the pre-conference workshop, Wednesday 7 July which connected to the theme of ‘students as … Continue reading "Your students and their Models of Engaged Learning and Teaching (MELT)"

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