Here’s how I applied, interviewed, and coped with rejection from the number one University in the world. … More Coping with rejection from University of Oxford
Over the third lockdown, I’ve written once already about my first thoughts on remote teaching, and on delivering parent’s evening from home, but I’d like to bring it full circle.
These are my final thoughts on what it was like to teach from home. … More Final thoughts | Teaching from Home
Turning on your webcam, staring at your screen and inviting parents into your home can be daunting, even if it is done.
But, you know what? None of that is true. Here’s how I delivered not one, but TWO parent’s evenings from the comfort of home – and why it went way smoother than I ever expected. … More How I delivered parent’s evening…from home?
Here are the key messages from Bruce’s text that stood out to me, which you could bring into the classroom this term if we ever hope to close the word gap. … More Lindsay Bruce’s activities for closing the word gap | Book Club
There have been lots of challenges to wrap my head around and overcome – especially as a newly qualified teacher. I’ve been teaching from home for a few weeks now, and these are my first thoughts. … More What it’s REALLY like to teach from home | First thoughts
[4-minute read] There are a lot of options to think about, but you shouldn’t stress while training to teach; I’ve done the thinking for you. Here’s how to say goodbye to placement #1. … More Saying goodbye on placement | PGCE: Day in the Life
[3-minute read] So many questions and, at the moment, very few answers. At least for now, I can confidently say that the right decision has been made for students. … More Done dirty by data | Deep Dive
[4-minute read] “For me, OneNote is a game changer.” Get the low-down on why. … More Why I’m using OneNote in 2020