With the internet opening up a whole new world of digital publishing opportunities for even the most basic of IT literate users amongst us, so too has it created a huge grey area with its billions of users being unclear
Last weekend (18/5/13) I was lucky enough be able to attend and present at the hugely popular Pedagoo Sunshine event at Joseph Swan Academy in Gateshead. As well as presenting tips and tricks to other teachers from across the country,
Picture the scene: A school corridor with classroom doors closed and posters covering every possible line of sight into the classes. We’ve probably all seen it before and will probably see it again this week. But what does that say about
After taking part in the online #pechat on Twitter this week about the use of social media within physical education, it got me thinking about the use of it generally in education. There are pockets of good practice springing up
How many times have you said “I’ll be back in 2 minutes”, or “Hang on, I’ll be with you in 2 minutes”? Have you really been back to that person in 120 seconds? Or has it been in many cases,
Are you a teacher that gets your students to copy down their learning objectives every lesson? And if so, have you ever thought about the amount of time our kids spend writing these ?
Ok, lets work it out together