COVID-19 Online learning. How we did it, what we learned, and where to next.
This week I was very honoured to be named a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert. I follow quite a few MIEE’s on twitter and I’m always
A few years ago I decided I should make an effort to get fit. It was September and I decided to go for a run.
You have a pressing problem. Something that needs a solution or something that needs to be improved. The problem could be any number of things.
Step 1. Fill the Bucket. Step 2. Do the Exam. Step 3. Empty The Bucket. Step 4. Repeat. This is how one of my students
Note: I am not an expert in this topic. In fact, I have no idea what I’m doing. I am live blogging my live learning
Nothing is a dirtier word in the whole of edutwitter than “Worksheet”. For a good reason. There is something uninspiring about that piece of paper handed
I’ve been getting through some marking recently. You know how that can be. “I’m sure I taught them how to do this!” Why is everyone
Whether we’ve been teaching for decades or months, there is one thing about our teaching that should never change. Question Everything. Because you change, students change,
This is a fable about feedback I tell my students every year. It has 💩 in it, so I think they like it… The Dog
Some time ago, I offered to teach my lovely partner how to solve a Rubik’s cube. She agreed to my tutelage. And so we embarked
Previously I’ve spoken about Video Classroom Observations and how fantastic they are to de-privatise our classrooms. Since that blog post, we’ve started a trial of video