The summer break is once again upon us! This is a time to relax, recharge and (for many of us) read some exciting teacher books
Tag: Professional reading
What is design thinking?
In recent years, I have developed a keen interest in design thinking in education. As a framework, I believe that it adds tremendous value to
Summer reading 2020: eight book recommendations for teachers
What a year it has been! With protests first and then the coronavirus, it has been a challenging academic year in Hong Kong (as it
Summer reading 2019: eight book recommendations for teachers
It’s that time of year again! Summer is just around the corner and I’m planning my reading list for some self-paced PD in the sun.
My advice for NQTs
The start of a new academic year is an exciting time but it can also be nerve-racking. It’s the final day of my summer break
Massive DBC book giveaway!
It’s competition time! On August 30th, I turn thirty. I want to mark the occasion on my blog and take the opportunity to thank all
If PD is an event in your school, you are doing it wrong
Does the title of this blog post sound familiar? Josh Allen famously stated the following: “If technology is an event in your school, you are
Summer reading 2018: eight book recommendations for teachers
For teachers, the summer break is a well-deserved opportunity to rest, travel and re-energise in preparation for the new academic year. For parts of it,
My aims for next year (2017-18)
Last summer, I published a post titled My aims for next year. A year later, it’s pleasing and satisfying to revisit that post, knowing that I
Summer reading 2017: eight book recommendations for teachers
In an older post, Teacher workload: why less is more, I offered ten reasons why teachers’ workload should be lessened in places such as the England (still my