Everything works somewhere, nothing works everywhere [by John Smith] Dylan Wiliam is a rare breed among educationalists. A talented mathematician, former teacher and Head of Department, he is respected worldwide […]
This week’s article comes from The Economist: http://www.economist.com/news/briefing/21700385-great-teaching-has-long-been-seen-innate-skill-reformers-are-showing-best Are great teachers born or made? Discuss.
Matt Bromley’s articles in SecEd often provide good stimulus for reflection on what makes good practice. While you may not agree with everything he says, it is well worth a read […]
Celia Bone delivered a session to new staff this week. It was on the subject of questioning and was jam-packed with practical ideas to take away and try. The powerpoint below […]
This week we continued to enjoy Matt Bromley’s series of articles on ‘The Traits of the Master Teacher’. The first article is here. Ruth Powley’s blog post Myths and Shibboleths […]
SOME IDEAS ABOUT THE USE OF IT IN THE CLASSROOM Chemistry presto.tv – used for projecting from devices to the screen Prezi has the same capability See Andy Pulham for […]