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Flipping the learning experience..

Okay, so I’m away in London working with two Schools, it’s a great experience and I am picking up some amazing new ideas to not only improve my own classroom practice but that of Collegaues as well. I am conscious however, that I’m away from my students and I dont want them to miss out … Continue reading

Promoting Literacy using ICT

I’ve been experimenting with creative stratgeies to promote literacy within my lessons. I should point out that I’m not an English teacher, however, the promotion and reinforcement of literacy should be, in  my opinion a priority across the whole educational diet of every student at all ages.  Subject specific Key words/technical language/wordwalls aside, I’ve been … Continue reading

Blogging with Students

It’s amazing how engaging and empowering students blogging can be, some educators may be daunted by the prospect of students in their class offering views for the world to share. I’ve introduced blogging with my Year 9 students for the first time this academic year and would like to share my journey so far, I … Continue reading

Using ICT to inspire learning.

Yesterday I had the privilege to work with Tim Rylands, where he interactively shared how to use ICT to engage students and inspire learning – what an inspirational guy. Like many teachers, we all hear about these wonderful online resources, apps and mobile devices such as the iPad, the flipped classroom model, bring your own … Continue reading

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