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Love what you do, do what you love? 

You often hear people say “do what you love, love what you do.” The only concern here is how difficult the road to your passion can be. 237 more words

Can Pupil Conferencing Replace After-The-Event Written Feedback?

Why Pupil Conference?

How can teachers provide meaningful and accountable feedback to their pupils despite the pressures of ‘after-the-event’ written feedback? Research (Fisher, 2010, Jean, Tree, & Clark, 2013) indicates that swathes of ‘after-the-event’ written feedback is neither efficient nor effective. 1,471 more words

Back to School..

Few months ago, I decided to do my degree.

It’s a challenge to work full time and study part-time.

Quite often, I find myself asking.. “Where did the time go?” 224 more words

Happy Day!

‘It’s differentiation Jim, but not as we know it!’

Nicola Randall is a Primary Mathematics Adviser at Herts for Learning

Over the past year I have worked with several schools developing a mastery approach to teaching and learning in Mathematics. 554 more words



To finish the three auto commands i zoomed on in each one then selected its layer then went up to the image menu and selected its name for each one. 325 more words


Correcting Mistakes

I had an assessment at college today in literature and maths, as I am thinking to get back into teaching AGAIN. I have worked as a maths teacher for 5 years back in my country and I was very passionate about it. 250 more words


That 'No Homework' Letter

During the last month, an education issue that has long caused debate sprang to the attention of the world when a simple short memo from an American teacher to the parents of her class went viral across social networks. 580 more words