There's no way that I can start a blog about how classrooms will change over next decade or so without this clip...
In talking about how I hope teaching and classrooms will evolve i
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For non-Brits amongst the readership 'flipping' is a slang/polite/kid friendly version of f@#k. I guess that the sign of a bad pun in my title is the need to explain it...
Kicking off this week with a look at the flipped
I couldn't think of a title for the first blog post of Course 4, so decided on a bad pun. Try not to judge me too harshly...
There have been many occasions during the Coetail course when I have been introduced to brand n
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So, here we are at the end of Course three and it has certainly been the one that I have found most demanding so far. N
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For my Course 2 Final project I have designed a unit of work for Key Stage Two children.
I contacted the teachers at a school in the UK. T
It feels like my blog posts throughout Course 2 have been leaning in a negative direction. In my first post I talked about my digital footprint, mainly how easy it is to create a negative one. I even talked about the issue of public shaming. Next I d
Last year I read the excellent and scary book So You've Been Publicly Shamed by Jon Ronson. In the book he talks about incidents, that are becoming more and more common, of people being publicly shamed because of something they have said or done on
I have always found it interesting how different generations view social media. For many of my colleagues is it something to be feared and kept at arm's length because the digital world is full of predators. My students and nephews (all under