Tag Archives: PedagooEvents

Unleashing Learners & Educational Leaders #PedagooMuckle⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

I was lucky enough to be involved in the fantastic #PedagooMuckle yesterday…what a day! It was great to meet so many new folk and I’m very excited to see what happens next… At SCEL we are really proud to have supported this event and we’re looking forward to seeing what other teacher-led professional learning events we […]

My Reflections on a Wonderful #PedagooHampshire16⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

What happens when Teachers and School Leaders learn to put themselves first? On Saturday 17th September, I was delighted to attend Pedagoo Hampshire 16 in Alton. This event, which featured a day of interactive seminars hosted by individuals across the educational landscape, aimed to discuss and tackle key issues in education and create a forum for speakers to […]

My Reflections on a Wonderful #PedagooHampshire16⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

What happens when Teachers and School Leaders learn to put themselves first? On Saturday 17th September, I was delighted to attend Pedagoo Hampshire 16 in Alton. This event, which featured a day of interactive seminars hosted by individuals across the educational landscape, aimed to discuss and tackle key issues in education and create a forum for speakers to […]

Taking Care of the Soul in the Role – #PedagooHampshire16⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

  I was delighted to be offered a chance to speak this coming Saturday 17th September at Pedagoo Hampshire 16 in Alton. This event, which features a day of interactive seminars hosted by individuals across the educational landscape, aims to discuss and tackle key issues in education and create a forum for speakers to share their rich experience […]

Using iMovie Trailers Across the Curriculum (#PedagooPerth Conversation)⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

I first became aware of the idea of making book trailers about 3 years ago when the Scottish Book Trust launched a book trailer competition to coincide with the Scottish Book Trust Awards.  At that time I had a number of boys in P7 who were at that difficult stage of trying to find new […]

#PedagooHull: what is it and why is it?⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

#PedagooHull event for teachers is on May 14, 2016. Put this date into your diary! Pedagoo’s page for the event: pedagoo.org/events/hull   So, being a new Pedagoo Curator, I’ve decided to organise a Pedagoo event in Hull. As far as I know (correct me if I am wrong), this will be the first Pedagoo event […]

Pedagoo Beach Walk 5 December 2015 #PedagooMeetBoMo⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

  Earlier this term, I attended #PedagooHampshire, organised by Martyn Reah at Eggar’s School in Hants. The day was an amazing success: a wide range of sessions throughout the day, filled with teachers (and some other professions) clearly passionate about their jobs. The conversations were rich and filled the local pub long into the evening. […]

Differentiated CPD – It’s The Future! I’ve Tasted It!⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

Have you ever been forced to sit through a whole day training session on an area of teaching you consider to be one of your strengths? Has a trainer visited your school to say that you should be teaching in a style that really wouldn’t work for you? Did you go to the same Teachmeet […]

#PedagooWorcs⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

This is posted later than I planned but the rugby took precedent on Saturday night (What a game!) then life during the week happened. I had my first experience of #pedagoo last weekend at #PedagooWorcs. Nervous and excited were just some of the great, albeit conflicting, feelings I felt before the ‘event’. I was originally […]

What’s the point of differentiation? #PedagooHampshire⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

Everyone assumes that differentiation is the right approach to mixed ability teaching, but does it actually work? Do students necessarily maximise their learning and what is the psychological effect on students of differentiating tasks and resources? It was with these concerns in mind that I researched the merits of differentiation by task. I do it […]