#SLTchat 3-word great teacher summaries
Chris Hildrew Sun, May 12 2013 13:10:24 #SLTchat 3-word great teacher summaries
Managing workload and organisation - how I do it
Let me start by saying that I’m not holding myself up as a model of best practice here – there are…
Progress in my classroom? How it is made and how I know it.
This is a response to the April #blogsync topic.
Progress in a lesson – knowledge
Limited public image
The public trusts teachers. Honestly – they do. Look, here’s the proof, from the Ipsos MORI Trust…
I was really inspired by Summer Turner’s “Thinking Outside the Books” post on providing context for learning, as this is something I have always striven to incorporate into my own teaching. Part of my passion for media studies comes from the fact that it…
and here we have the differences between women’s and boy’s/men’s tshirts
Why I teach
I’ve really enjoyed two unrelated articles this past week. The first, by Tom Bennett, was entitled “
Le Voyage Dans La Lune ”A Trip To The Moon” (1902) dir. George Méliès
This is what Christmas is all about.
Every Christmas time I blog this. Every Christmas time I blog about how the couplet “Your mother’s heart is bursting for me/As we sit by her impressive tree” is one of my favourite lyrics ever. This Christmas is no exception.
Only, yesterday, I got to tell Rebecca in person. Which makes it a bit more special!