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#TMDorset

#TMDorset

The Badger Brewery in Blandford is hosting and sponsoring #TMDorset for the first time! This will be a fantastic and exciting event for all teachers, educators and those interested in improving innovation and technology within schools! The event will be taking place on Thursday 6th March 2014 6-8pm. The event is being organised by myself, […]

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Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee

For those that know me, I do like my coffee – especially on a lazy weekend catching up with friends and family. I recently got contacted by Costa Coffee regarding their Costa for Schools resources. I am a big fan of their coffee but had never looked or knew about their school resources. Costa for […]

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#TMDorset Blandford

#TMDorset Blandford

TeachMeet Dorset is being hosted at Downlands School, Blandford on Thursday 10th October by Headteacher Alan Frame. This is a must for any teacher in Dorset to attend if they fancy being inspired, want to share good practice or just to network with fellow teachers. It is open to all Key Stages and everyone is […]

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Teaching is Cool!

Teaching is Cool!

‘It isn’t what you say that defines you but what you do’ These are the wise words of Batman that every aspirational teacher should know. Teaching is a popular profession for many graduates. Last year over 16, 000 people completed a secondary PGCE. The number of graduates completing PGCE’s has steadily risen over the last […]

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Mini Motivators

Mini Motivators

Back in November 2012, Ollie Bray tweeted me a link and planted a seed (!) to go and present at TeachMeet Dorset down on the Isle of Portland. The TeachMeet was being organised by Gary Spracklen of IPACA. I duly made the long journey down on a cold wet evening taking my good friend Nick […]

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Teaching is Cool!

The Success of Failure

I have been reading John Hattie’s ‘Visible Learning for Teachers’ (a book I am sure many of you have read). It is looking at fifteen years of research involving millions of students and gives evidence into what actually works in schools to improve learning. It really is an enlightening book to read and does get […]

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Socrative

Socrative

I have recently been trialling a brilliant smart student response system that empowers teachers to engage their classrooms through a series of educational exercises and games via smartphones, laptops, and tablets. This particular one is called Socrative. I have to admit it is a fantastic resource for all teachers of all subjects. Socrative is very easy to use […]

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KS3 Geography Overhaul

25 Simple Teaching Ideas

Here are 25 simple ideas you might want to do in the classroom. If you have any questions or would like to add to my next 25 ideas (to be posted later in the year), please contact me via the blog or by twitter (@tiddtalk). Enjoy! 1. Post it notes 2. Make a volcano cake […]

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Free Dynamic Learning Lessons

Free Dynamic Learning Resources

Blanka Biernat from Hodder Education recently got in contact to offer free Dynamic Learning resources that teachers can incorporate in their lessons. In my opinion anything free is a plus in education. I hope you will find these useful yourself. Below are the attached links to the activities. With our exam classes gone I am […]

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Education Blog Awards 2012

Education Blog Awards 2012

Yes, it is that time of year again for the Education Blog Awards! Last year I was extremely lucky and proud to have been of nominated and shortlisted for two blog awards; Best Teacher Blog and Most Influential Blog. This year I have been nominated for Best Teacher Blog and Most Influential Blog – thank […]

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