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Supporting knowledge retention and recall

Tonight’s 15 minute forum was led by history teacher, Jack Tyler – focusing on how we can support knowledge retention and recall.

The problem

Jack started the session by outlining the problem that he was encountering as a teacher.  529 more words

General Teaching

Few things you need if you are going for a library revision/ work marathon

  1. Massive flask of hot water, small flask for coffee/ tea/ hot chocolate/ soup and a spoon
    I always have my 1 litre thermoflask with me even when I am studying at home, just makes life much easier when you have hot (or warm if you wait too long) water next to you, especially when you are in places like UK and Canada, a warm something always comes in handy at night.
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NaNoWriMo 2015: revising without revising

It’s been a while since I’ve posted updates on my NaNoWriMo. That’s because it’s been a busy month, with a lot of side obligations I’ve been fulfilling. 921 more words


4 Types of Constructive Feedback

Constructive feedback is essential to improve one’s craft, but just as readers come from many different walks of life, so does the quality of their feedback. 837 more words


Thought Of The Week

So here’s my thought of the week…
So many year 11’s are under pressure right now.  They have to go to extra classes arranged by the school, even at the weekend, they have to finish off all of their coursework and revise for mock exams. 267 more words


the perfect words

sometimes, the perfect words come along at the perfect time. Here’s a snippet of the pep talk that was posted yesterday by N.K. Jemisin to writers participating in… 262 more words