Monthly Archives: October 2013

  1. Teachers can be too darn nice – let’s play Top Trumps! Getting more from lesson observation

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    October 22, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: Bethany Kelly @iMissChalk I know that one of the ways in which I have been really lucky in my …
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  2. Infographics: An Answer for Numeracy?

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    October 21, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: Steve Garnett @Garnett_S I love infographics…but why? I first came across the phrase when watching a short environmental film …
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  3. Developing Post-16 Thinking Skills with ‘FlipSnack’

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    October 15, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: Stacey Hyland-McCabe @HylandMcCabe Yes, Thinking Skills – it wasn’t/isn’t a gimmick, it’s a set of SKILLS that support life …
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  4. What is a good question?

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    October 14, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: Alan Jervis @Alan_Jervis A recent survey suggests that 60% of the questions teachers ask require students to simply remember …
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  5. Good teachers have nothing to fear from pupil feedback forms.

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    October 4, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    The Customers Should Have Their Say Author: @CoyneDrS Brighton College has set the cat amongst the pigeons apparently by including …
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  6. Rambling In My Old Curiosity Shop: John Burnside, Trumpets, Booker Prize and Assessment

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    October 3, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    RAMBLING IN MY OLD CURIOSITY SHOP: Tony Dickens @TonyDickensCPD It has been a busy month. Ever since I was a …
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  7. And the winner is… German! How are we faring as a nation of linguists?

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    October 2, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: Peter Dawes @P_Dawes How are we faring as a nation of linguists? A 2009 survey had us tied with …
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