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Pimp Your Lesson!

”Pimp Your Lesson! Prepare, Innovate, Motivate and Perfect!’ By Isabella Wallace and Leah Kirkman

This book is an essential how-to guide on ways to impress your lesson observers, Head of Department and school inspectors. 667 more words

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Plenary Profiles: Erin Sullivan

We recently saw Dr Erin Sullivan on BBC’s Shakespeare’s Mother: The Secret Life of a Tudor Woman, which is still available to watch on… 244 more words


Speaker Erin Sullivan on BBC Four

Yet another plenary appeared on television last week. Historian Michael Wood consulted Dr Erin Sullivan, a lecturer and fellow with the Shakespeare Institute, for her expertise on BBC Four’s documentary… 94 more words



Planning and delivering a new course for norfolk colleagues about teaching and learning led me to reflect on my own practice.  I realised my plenaries, particularly at GCSE, had become stale and mainly focused on question and answers.  83 more words


All paper and poster abstracts and email addresses

As promised, we have now added the poster lead author email addresses to the site. All information can be accessed by clicking on the image below. 63 more words


Long-term access to IRC2014 abstracts

In previous blog posts we already announced that we would not be publishing any proceedings from the various sessions at IRC2014 – although it seems likely that the papers from at least one symposium will be published as a special issue of an international journal. 256 more words



If you’ve ever used either Quizdom or the ActivInspire voting paddles, you’ll realise that they’re quite good for assessment and for plenaries. Unfortunately they have a few draw backs. 364 more words

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