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Academies are different?

My e mail to Joe Evans (Business Manager) and Angela Browne (Principal) at Bristol Steiner Academy.

Joe told me this week  that there was no danger of  horrible experiences similar to those documented on… 1,022 more words


5 Things I would Like My Students to Be Able to Perceive

Our students will go out into the world and will be exposed to many things but, if we have done our job well, then they will not just be pushed around by the pressure of the events that they witness, but they will be able to hold their ground and perceive what is really going on, to place their own stamp on the world. 708 more words


Digital Citizenship Scope and Sequence

One of my favorite (and most challenging) parts of my job is creating engaging lessons/activities to promote good tech use amongst our students in and out of school. 310 more words

Education Technology

Let's Keep It Simple

Finally, dear reader, it is time for business: let’s talk about the “processes” at play when someone can read and comprehend fluently. While the biology is fundamental (and my primary interest), we cannot explain the whole act of reading without an initial psychological framework. 508 more words


A vaccination for ignorance

Nicky Morgan, the Secretary of State for Education spoke about the future of technology in the classroom at the BETT show a few days ago. One particular comment stopped me short. 1,282 more words

History Teaching

Stacked against him

My 13-year-old son, Christian, is typical of many middle school boys. He does his homework every afternoon at the kitchen table, calling out for assistance as needed from mom, dad or older brother. 625 more words


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