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Teaching and Learning [Evolving] & under the microscope

  It’s been a while since I’ve blogged  about leading teaching and learning on a holistic level, and a great deal has changed since my initial post Reshaping Teaching and Learning some 18 months ago. Developing an effective teaching and learning model is comparable to that of honing a finely tuned race car (I’m a Formula 1 … Continue reading

The Pupil Pursuit

Innovation in teaching and learning is rife not only here in the UK but globally too, you only need to spend a week on twitter following the array of educational ‘chats’ to realise that.  But do school leaders, myself included, actually understand how this innovation impacts upon the day-to-day student experience? Leading whole school teaching and learning, … Continue reading

A Snapshot On Pedagogy

Although I love writing the occasional blog all about my experiences in education, I’ve decided to jump on the ‘Vlog’ bandwagon. I’m fortunate and privileged to work with colleagues who have a wealth of inspirational, innovative and creative approaches to all aspects of teaching and learning. So it would be a shame if they didn’t … 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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