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My Dad and the last #EdTech Revolution.

Today is my dad’s birthday.  He would have been 76.  As one of many follow-ons to my blog about his death in 1977, earlier this week I had the pleasure of meeting Pat, my dad’s PA at the British Council in the mid 70s. She contacted me after finding my blog and it was lovely … Continue reading

Pedagogy Postcard #11: Online Class Forum. Edmodo et al

A series of short posts about specific elements of teaching practice that I think are effective and make life interesting. Some are based on my own lessons and others are borrowed from lessons I’ve observed.   Ever since I started using twitter I’ve kept an eye on the edtech thread, impressed and slightly overawed by the … Continue reading

Taking Stock of the Education Agenda Part 2

I started writing this some time ago, taking stock of a range of educational issues based on various influences in the last year, not least of which has been some of the bloggers – as shown here.  I ran out of steam after three sections in Part 1: Professional Capital Teaching and Learning Principled Curriculum … Continue reading

Co-Constructing Learning

Please click this link for the full pdf: Co-construction: Learning in the hands of learners This issue of the KEGS Learning Lessons series describes how students have been involved in planning and delivering the IGCSE Physics course  and the Year 7 RE course. It is at an early stage of development but is already proving … Continue reading

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