Curiosity comes first
Embrace the mess
(Thanks to Ramsey Musallam, via TED http://on.ted.com/cxcI)
My views on Teaching & Education
Thoughts and reflections on teaching, learning, leading and thriving in the world of Education.
what is really learnt in school?
Field notes from the world, from one man's point of view
Ranting from the chalkface
Where the world comes to learn about me and my fabulous teaching.
Ben Preston's recipes
The Best Sounds In Town
Short Biographies/Art Showcasing
Mostly Sex Education some Mental Health Education.
There will never be a just social order until philosophers are kings, or kings become philosophers.
Recounting life as a supply teacher in modern Britain
*Ideas are the currency of the 21st century*
Putting children's learning at the centre of educational debate
Thoughts on teaching in a UK school
Putting tea back in to teaching!
"For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath."
My own personal view on UK Education and bits n bobs
"The reasoners are like spiders who make cobwebs out of their own substance" Francis Bacon. This blog is about educational research. The quote is appropriate. Views are my own and do not represent any organisation. Follow @websofsubstance
Marginal learning gains is inspired by the same philosophy that underpinned the extraordinary success of Team GB Cycling at the Beijing and London Olympics. The philosophy is simple: focus on doing a few small things really well. Once you do this, aggregating the gains you make will become part of a bigger impact on learning. For students, for teachers and schools. Join the MLG conversation with Zoe Elder @fullonlearning on Twitter
I want a life that's bigger than me!
My personal thoughts on the world of education
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