There were so many important developments in the world of special education during the first part of 2019. Many seem to be focussing (and about time) on humanising the stories behind the labels and pushing for accountability of those in positions of power.
Education: Trump or Simpsons
Can you guess who said the following about education Donald Trump: President of the United States, or one of the Simpsons?
Writing Better Blogs
Writing Better Blogs: Evaluating Mine I strive to ensure my education blogs are as informative as possible and are not littered with spelling mistakes. I am not the best speller, autocorrect is my friend and as a teacher, I have a phobia of writing on the board in case of mistakes. For the last week,… Continue reading Writing Better Blogs
15 Lesson Planning Myths.
In some schools there seems to be some rules teachers feel they need to follow. No one knows where these rules came from. The dusty typewritten rule sheet lies on an unreachable shelf in the geography cupboard with the old over head transparencies. So here are some rules that you have my permission to break.
The best quotes for teachers from literary greats
We can all make use of a good quote, whether it's for a birthday card, to stick up on the wall or post to twitter/pinterest. Here are some quotes we hope you will find relevant to teaching.
100 Reasons to blog
Why Blogging is worthwhile This is my 100th blog post. So to celebrate I tried to come up with 100 reasons to blog. I have linked some to my blogs and a couple to external sites. I have loved blogging over the last 17 months, since my first post in March 2015 I have meandered… Continue reading 100 Reasons to blog
An update on my #teacher5aday pledges.
I am in a reflective mood this rainy August morning. This blog may stray onto a bit of a personal theme, so forgive me. Back in December I pledged to take up the #teacher5aday challenge and pledged to focus on 5 areas of my practice with the aim of improving my Wellbeing. The idea… Continue reading An update on my #teacher5aday pledges.
Are your resources holding you back?
This blog is, and I will say it now - a bit of a ramble, a shambolic collection of half baked ideas. It was triggered by a recent change in my life that has left me carting car loads of stuff to the tip. Moving boxes to one room to tidy another then back &… Continue reading Are your resources holding you back?
6 Apps for Creative Teachers.
Graphic Design Apps for Teacher Graphic design for teachers, or at least those of us not blessed with artistic talents used to be limited to choosing Comic Sans or Times New Roman for worksheets. Now thanks to the wonders of modern technology we can use a range of tools to create engaging and interesting visuals.… Continue reading 6 Apps for Creative Teachers.
Excellent SEN Blogs to follow: Part 2.
This is a follow up to part 1 there are a huge number of great SEN blogs with ideas, resources, and inspiration for you to read and engage with. These are just some I have enjoyed reading and wanted to share them with you. Tracey Lawrence - Tweets as @behaviourteach Assistant head, and host of… Continue reading Excellent SEN Blogs to follow: Part 2.
Excellent SEN Blogs to follow: Part 1.
These blogs are those that I have visited often and found great ideas, positivity or inspiration for my own writing from. Due to the nature of the blogosphere there are likely to be many great blogs I have missed, some great bloggers are reticent to promote their writing. If you know of a great blog please add it to the comments I will be doing a second post later this month.
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