“Wee piece by me. Make reducing teachers contact time the priority https://t.co/OaXqJ5RVKB”
I am very pleased that I’ll be continuing my part time role as product owner for Glow Blogs. When my recent contract finished in June the job was opened for applications. I was successful and am just sorting out the paper work. I do this work over an above my class teacher role. I would have been gutted if I didn’t get the job.
Eight key pieces of research for teachers I’ve read this a few times over the last week or two, now can’t recall where I saw it linked. Interesting stuff.
““Grit” is a bullshit term deployed by the privileged to valorize and naturalize their privilege… This is important reading for educators: we have to be honest about how the system is rigged. https://t.co/TfpItN0J25”
Which leads to Study: Poor Kids Who Believe in Meritocracy Suffer – The Atlantic from the url it looks like the original title might have been: internalizing the myth of meritocracy…
Since my site has started using https I find quite a lot of broken pages like Cubomania Gif! which I am slowly fixing.
Thank you Tom for sharing your thoughts and reflections on Transitions19 conference. I was really taken by your comment on the need for more subjective sharing from the fields, rather than relying on PhDs. I find this interesting and think that education as a whole would benefit from more sharing. H...
This looks like a great idea, reminds me of 8 page zines which my class love making.
Thanks for this, a useful replacement for Mozzila’s x-ray for learning, teaching and playing with the web.
I wondered about using this on iOS and found I could make the simplest of shortcuts.
I’ve not used a shortcut for running JavaScriipt in mobile Safari before so useful to learn about completion()
I say this as one who has been blogging about teaching practice since 2011 and realise that this part of my teaching career is coming to an end. No big drama, no big story, I just don’t do it any more. But what impact has it had?
Kenny, you have had a big impact on me, one of the few blogs I subscribe to via email rather than RSS.
It has allowed me develop ideas more clearly, to articulate my thoughts on education.
speaks to me. The impact on the blogger.
I wonder if you will write in other places, another book? TES? If you do I hope you post a short note to your blog to let me and many other know.
published on Medium in July 2016; I’m republishing because I no longer have access to Medium because it is blocked in Egypt
I’m not angry at you (republished) powerful stuff.