Monthly Archives: March 2012

F.O.M.O the final project

I have it. To a certain extent I want my students to have it. Fear. Of. Missing. Out. I don’t want anyone to miss out. On anything. Whilst that can be used in a multitude of different aspects of school … Continue reading

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Managing the Magnet….

This post is more an observation seeking help rather than a statement of what good classroom management entails. My observations stem from my recent experience of working with a student who has an identified individual needs syndrome. I came to … Continue reading

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You spin me right round……..

Considering I have left my thoughts on the flipped classroom previously (I can’t believe that I have just linked to myself) I can now justify starting another post with a similar line…….. Old things in new ways. As I have stated previously I … Continue reading

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Our Model

Thanks Jeff for the link to Marc Prensky’s article. These 4 lines are killing me: Dabbling. Doing old things in old ways. Doing old things in new ways. Doing new things in new ways. Prior to doing this course I … Continue reading

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