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Reflecting on Three Quarters of Awesomeness

I recently participated in a Twitter chat about reflective practice.  The questions started out asking about the importance of reflecting and whether or not is was a necessary part of being a teacher.   204 more words


Voices of #PhysEd: Common Ground

I’ve always told my college students the most profound divider of people is gender, then comes religion, then social class, and finally race.  The greatest source of conflict between my husband and me comes from the fact that he is a man and I am a woman, not because he’s white and I’m black.   858 more words


Learning through Skype

 Using Twitter as a Professional Development tool has completely turned my teaching career around. Not only are there great connections with fellow teachers, but there are so many different tools available that I wish I was able to use them all. 270 more words

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NextLesson - A New Approach to Curriculum

You have projects and lessons you’ve nurtured for years. You’ve had to devise file management for digital resources and piecemeal them together. There’s a way to bring all these together and inject some refreshing, new content to boot: … 543 more words

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New Book Alert

Get to know how to rear contented chickens with Millie in this new rhyming story from Barefoot Books.

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Easter Holiday Fun

Preparations for Easter are reaching fever pitch at the nurseries and schools that I’ve been visiting recently. So I thought I’d pin a few good ideas that I’ve seen online to help inspire, motivate and help you enjoy the Easter holidays! 31 more words

Enrichment is Exactly That

Not particularly ranty or thought provoking, but I have been spending lots of lunchtimes with students either revising or tutoring and have been able to find time for enrichment now that the exams are finishing up. 206 more words