The Archives

POP Targets: My presentation on target setting from the Apple Regional Training Centre Launch is here. 

Challenge, Conflict and Controversy: Some dirty tricks for creating cognitive conflict in your classroom here. 

Visiting the Belmont Learning Hubs: My experiences of visiting Dan Brinton to learn about his distributed leadership CPD model can be found here.

Ten Tips for Questioning (2015 Edition) can be found here.

What I learnt about teaching from The Godfather can be found here.

Tell Their Boss: Why we should send praise up the hierarchy here.

Big Day Out North East: A multi-blog series reflecting on the day:

Part 1 #BDONE

Part 2: #BDONE Gifted & Talented

#BDONE Part 3 – Highly Effective Teaching

#BDONE Part 4: Sharing with the ITL Associates

#BDONE Part 5: The Hollywood Effect

# BDONE Part 6 – The Keynotes

RE: What is it good for: Reflections on the purpose of RE here.

To Blog or Not to Blog: My thoughts on starting to blog here.

Twitter for CPD: My thoughts on using Twitter to make me a better teacher Here.

Enthusiasm
after being asked so many times where I get my enthusiasm from I share what motivates me here.

Generating Questions
3 simple techniques to get students asking questions from #TrinityTM can be found here.

Guess My Grade
An experiment in prophecy and reflections on the purpose of assessment can be found here.

Micro-Ambition
What I learnt about teaching from Tim Minchin can be found here

#nurture1415
Looking back at 2014 and forward to 2015; very little about teaching can be found here

Why @pedagoo
Explaining why I think @pedagoo is so important can be found here.

What really matters? #teacher5aday
My thoughts on teacher wellbeing http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-6e

What makes an inspirational teacher?
Reflections following the #riddlemethised slow chat http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-5Q

Culture Shift – Christmas Special
Notes from my keynote at #TMSnowball 10/12/14 http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-23

Directives for Research Projects
A brief post on a @LearningSpy idea I decided to try. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-5D

#riddlemethised
Guidelines for joining in on the slow chat. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-5p

Just one more thing…
A discussion activity that kept on growing… http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-5g

What’s the Big Idea?
Presentation notes on “Why do we ask questions?” From #pedagoochristmasparty 2014 http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-2A

Planning for Metacognition
A brief summary of what metacognition is and a few ways to start incorporating it into lessons. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-4N

Practical Praise Initiative
Notes from presentation at #nceatm on why praise is important and a few ways to do it. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-1P

Keep Calm and Teach British Values
My response to the British Values in schools issue. http://wp.me/p3xVUK-3EQ

Getting DIRTy
Some brief thoughts on acting on feedback, with links to further recommend reading. http://wp.me/p3xVUK-3EM

It’s All About The Extra
Reflections on making school special and why we should. http://wp.me/p3xVUK-3EB

Why Teachmeets are Awesome
I share why I enjoy Teachmeets. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-2W

The Spy Who Loved Literacy
A write up of the trial of Slow Writing from @learningspy http://wp.me/p3xVUK-3Ag

Faith and Fame
Looking at the impact of beliefs on the lives of sports personalities and celebrities. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-1M

Advice for Leaders
Something to remember for leaders. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-1H

Differentiated Plenary Stickers
A quick way to differentiate your plenary. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-1x

Remembrance Day Writing Competition
A simple way to encourage reflection through literacy. http://wp.me/p5hvJ8-E

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