[by Roger Loxley] Having read a few blogs and some books that talk about the effectiveness of short, low-stakes tests and quizzes I was drawn to this blog post as […]
[via OLE] This week’s article comes from the Guardian website: click here. Research every teacher should know: setting expectations by Bradley Busch Enjoy!
[by Celia Bone] Yes, of course I invite students to generate their own mind-maps instead of writing an essay – and with some success. Recently, I proposed the title,“What do […]
[Idea adapted from a Kagan collaborative learning strategy, via Sarah Bolt, Music] At the moment, Year 7 are working on a new performance piece and inputting their own compositions into Sibelius. At the […]
The blog of the week is recommended by Alice Lee. Click below for a timely reminder of what has been shown to work for revision: http://www.connectionsinmind.co.uk/2017/04/21/best-ways-revise-evidence-say/
Simon Tilbrook pointed me in the direction of this useful blog post by Greg Ashman : https://gregashman.wordpress.com/2017/04/16/the-problem-of-writing/ “A sophisticated approach will deconstruct writing in a more thorough way, starting with the […]
[by Alice Lee, April 2017] When students reflect on the teaching and learning process, they are strengthening their own capacity to learn and to think about their learning. Central to this is […]