Monthly Archives: November 2013

Using twitter in education.

This link works two ways: 1: If you’re new to twitter and want to get a handle on how things work, Julian(@ideas_factory) has a wealth – and I mean wealth – of resources on how to get your head around … Continue reading

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A Dozen Essential Guidelines for Educators

A Dozen Essential Guidelines for Educators To create the schools our children deserve, it’s probably not necessary to devise specific policies and practices for every occasion.  Rather, these will follow logically from a few core principles that we devise together.  … Continue reading

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The Feedback Phenomena (Phase 1) @cragmccann

Originally posted on pemccann:
I consider myself to be more of a passive member of the twitter teaching community, passionate about trying new ideas, approaches and concepts which I encounter online. I know I’m not on my own when I say…

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Grumpy head rants

Grumpy new head  …Then we recruit the ‘brightest’ trainees, make the starting salary comparable with doctors to encourage the gifted students to consider teaching as a career, rather than the fall back that it has become…  Ok, so perhaps I’m … Continue reading

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