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The Unbearable Public Permanence of Forums

“Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”

A suitably morose quote from Samuel Beckett: you’re always failing, but you can at least fail better than your previous failures.

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Time passes...

…and technology storms relentlessly ahead, a dynamic and fast-moving world, where at times both students and teachers fear to tread.  Which is why, 2 years on from my first post, I finally get round to writing my second!   382 more words


Developing strategies and resources in order improve student progress with a specific emphasis on middle ability boys

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“A school is only as good as its teachers. It is teachers who make the difference to children’s life chances…the quest to get more good and outstanding teachers in front of children is a key challenge for all school leaders.” (Perfect Teacher-Led CPD, 2014).  3,073 more words


Learning is now a child's play

Some times evolution in structured learning surprises me. Think about it a 1000 years ago, if you got to learn you got to sweat it out at Gurukuls. 298 more words


Quick Keys for Better E-learning: Question Everything--Even Your Intincts!

If there’s one thing I’ve learned about e-learning, it’s that I need to question that “one thing.”

In other words, my product improved when I asked myself simple questions such as: “Josh: I know you feel good about this product, but will anyone else get it?” 185 more words