Monthly Archives: January 2015

  1. Whose job is it to care about Staff Morale and what we can learn from chocolate?

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    January 27, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Beth Kelly CPD

    Author: Beth Kelly, @imisschalk  It’s interesting to see the difference an ‘e’ can make when added to ‘moral’, it can change …
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  2. Remixing great lessons – an introduction

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    January 26, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Teacher Training UK

    Originally posted on Mark Anderson’s Blog which you can view here:  http://ictevangelist.com/remixing-great-lessons-introduction/ Author: Mark Anderson, @ICTEvangelist You can also view the …
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  3. AQA AS Causes, Impacts and management of Flooding

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    January 23, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Originally posted on Geography is easy:
    Our last topic for Rivers: Flooding Reminder: Case studies are essential to achieve full marks. Examiners’…

  4. Never memorise something that you can look up

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    January 22, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    CPD

    Author: Alessio Bernardelli, @asober The image and quote alone are genius, just like the man who pronounced those words and this post could be …
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  5. Can I be that little bit better at…..changing the game? Part 2

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    January 20, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Teacher Training London

    Author, David Fawcett. @davidfawcett27. My Learning Jounrey To view courses delivered by Dragonfly Training please click the following link…after you’ve enjoyed …
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  6. A Review of the Sutton Trust Report – What Makes Great Teaching?

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    January 19, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Originally posted on Class Teaching:
    ? The 15 minute forum tonight was led by Andy Tharby.  Andy was sharing some of…

  7. Humanising the Education System

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    January 19, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Education, CPD

    Author: Neil Atkin, @natkin Why does our education system seem to be so poorly adapted for human needs? Why are …
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