Monthly Archives: May 2014

Flipping the learning – my second revolution…

I’ve just uploaded my first video to YouTube. I did it with the help of the ExplainEverything app which is excellent and I’m sure it can do more than what I’ve used it for. For some reason the audio and … Continue reading

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How Twitter shaped the way I teach students to write

Originally posted on lovingthelearning:
How Twitter shaped the way I teach students to write 2013 has been a great year for teaching and learning and much of that is down to the role that Twitter now plays in my teaching.…

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What might our new Key Stage 3 History curriculum look like?

More curriculum changes are afoot. A new Key Stage 3 will be quickly followed by a new A Level course and then new GCSEs. Of course, our response to more curriculum changes is often a collective sigh and groan. However, … Continue reading

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