Category Archives: Becoming a Better Teacher

Managing Multi-Grading and Differentiation

In school and university, I thought that if one studied science teaching, one would became a science teacher. That was that. Science would be forever your domain. The reality is a lot more messy. In a school, gaps open up and … Continue reading

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Giving Useful Feedback to Students

Giving continuous, useful feedback is such an integral part of good teaching. I’m at a loss as to why it does not form a bigger part of the PGCE! Many new teachers (myself included) struggle with how to give good … Continue reading

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Becoming a great teacher

I was doing my annual (okay, I’m lying, perhaps once every 3 years), hard drive cleanup recently when I  came across an old document entitled ‘teaching tips and resources.’ Looking at its contents, I was taken vividly back to when I … Continue reading

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Becoming a Google Certified Educator

In my opinion, no one has done more than Google to help integrate educational technology into the school landscape. My current school uses the Office 365 Educational Suite which has a similar range of tools  . However, Google has gone … Continue reading

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