The trouble with schools is that we never quite get it right when it comes to student groupings and that’s because it’s complicated and not clear cut. This is the sixth in my series of 6 priorities I believe are essential, if we are to recover fully from school closures. Hopefully, attention given to these … Continue reading Recovering from Closure Priority 6: Re-set/re-group; there will be gaps to close
This is the fourth in my series of 6 priorities I believe are essential, if we are to recover fully from the school closures. Hopefully, attention given to these six areas will not only help schools recover, but place them in a stronger position than before the closures. The 6 priorities are as follows: Become … Continue reading Recovering from Closure – Priority 4: Developing Extended Activities
The trouble with schools is that we are playing catchup with Year 11 when we ought to be looking forwards. We don’t have much time left with Year 11 and at the moment we are all desperately trying to play a catchup game with the vague hope that governments will do something to ease exam … Continue reading What to do with Year 11?
The trouble with schools is that they tend to be restricted in what they do, due to student behaviour related fears. In my last two Blended Learning blogs, I’ve described Projected Based Learning (PBL) approaches to adopting a blended approach at home, in the school or a combination of both. In them, I’ve described how … Continue reading Blended Learning Part 3 – Approach to Learning Graduated Stages
The trouble with schools is that they are full of structures we just don’t like to let go off. Some of you who have read some of my previous blogs or gone into some of the links will have read some of what is below and so to avoid you being put off reading to … Continue reading Blended Learning Part 2
The trouble with schools is we jump on to the next big thing and end out churning out the same old thing. I'm increasingly sounding old, I realise that, but I'm sort of settling into it, now that I realise I don't have to panic every time the latest terminology or model for education comes … Continue reading Blended Learning Part 1