How To Prevent Common Distractions To Learning (guest post)

Learning how to prevent common distractions to learning is becoming increasingly vital. The modern student is plagued by outside interests and pressures. This is true at every age, given the popularity of hand-held, mobile devices and the massive amounts of time that people spend online or engaging in naturally distracting activities. The human mind is becoming accustomed to small doses […]

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Wise After the Event!

Hindsight is a wonderful thing apart from when it makes you feel a bit daft. You know those times when something happens and you think ‘Yes, I should have thought of that!’. Well that has happened over at 100WC.net.  As you will know if you visit, we showcase some entries each week as a way of providing even more kudos […]

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#UKEdChat Homework – 22.09.11

The inspiration for this week’s #UkEdChat topic came from David Didau better known as @learningspy. His post ‘Differentiation:To Do or Not To Do’ caused quite a stir. I got involved within the comments and as I was down to host the #UKEdChat session on Thursday 22nd September, I thought it an ideal opportunity to widen the debate further. Differentiation is […]

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Not All Questions Are Good Ones!

As teachers we are always hoping for questioning pupils. We want them to ask questions, to engage with the lesson and then move their learning on. However, in this post Edna Sackson highlights some questions we’d prefer not to hear! Curiosity is the key to learning. If you read this blog, you know how much I value a culture of questioning and thinking. But there are […]

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