COVID-19 Online learning. How we did it, what we learned, and where to next.
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
I’ve written about classroom observations before. If you haven’t already read it, you might want to check it out here. Better Classroom Observations: How to break
How do you hold an engaging, informative and worthwhile staff meeting for 130 staff? This was the question I had to ask myself when the
Do we need specialist teachers to teach coding and computational thinking? Or can we trust our current teachers to handle the new digital technology curriculum?
Beginning teachers don’t get supported like they used to. This might sound like I’m yearning for a time I never knew but I’m feeling pretty
It’s school holidays here in Brisbane. This means I can indulge in a few of my guilty pleasures. It’s difficult to admit but one of
In the beginning of my career I had some pretty rough classroom observations. I can talk about them because I’ve since moved on and nobody
In this week’s blog: Podcasts, Learning as sporting event, Ex-Student Olympians, How I disappointed my Pre-Service teacher and why I’m teaching less and less. This week I’ve
How a weekly coffee made me a better, more reflective, more fearless educator. Alternatively, what teachers can learn from cliff-divers What if I told you that
As teachers, we serve incredibly long apprenticeships. We enter school as 6 year old children and watch and learn from our grade 1 teacher. We
An interesting paradox has slowly been presenting itself. When I talk to teachers, I sometimes ask them about whether they use PowerPoint, Prezi, Google Slides