As a school, we are gradually implementing Columbia University’s Teachers College Reading and Writing Project (TCRWP). This is already well established in our lower grades
Like most teachers, I’m aware of John Hattie’s research because of its fame and wide influence. However, I hadn’t read his book (until now) or looked
This week, we were excited to welcome author and education consultant Matt Glover to our school for professional development regarding children’s writing. I thoroughly enjoyed
Considering how much I love Google Classroom, it’s surprising that I haven’t blogged about it since September. There have been many great updates since then.
I believe that maths (generally) is a damaged subject. What other subject provokes a lifelong fear in learners? Teachers often focus on the wrong things and
“Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group space to the individual space, and the resulting group space is