Tag Archives: literature

  1. Low Level Disruption

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    October 22, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Alan Jervis

    Written by @Alan_Jervis ‘Jamie was in a mood today, he told me to **** off’; high level disruption or low …
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  2. The Task of Teaching EAL Students in the Mainstream Classroom

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    October 22, 2015 by dragonflytraining

    Fran Jones

    By Fran Jones, @CameraManFran For many educators, the task of teaching EAL students in the mainstream classroom is one that …
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  3. Triangulation?

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    November 18, 2014 by dragonflytraining

    A great blog post by Gordon Baillie, @AfLPie. Enjoy the read! I worked this fact out for myself just the other …
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  4. Silent Reading: Is it a wise investment?

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    November 8, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    SILENT READING: Author @TonyDickensCPD Surely, we have all used silent reading with our students at some point? We might be …
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  5. 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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  6. Rambling In My Old Curiosity Shop: Pace, Literature, Motivation and Creative Writing in the Classroom

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    September 10, 2013 by dragonflytraining

    Author: @TonyDickensCPD This blog will offer some random thoughts and pieces from the bric-a-brac in my cerebellum. I will reflect …
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