Tag Archives: PedagooReflect

Children’s Library Club⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

“Children can only aspire to what they know exists.” Glasgow Children’s University, 2016 This statement illustrates the philosophy behind the Children’s Library club, offered to pupils of St Mungo’s Primary School every Wednesday from 3 o’clock, with students from the School of Education at the University of Strathclyde having full responsibility for planning, organising and […]

Winter Wellbeing⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

What is Our Winter Wellbeing Calendar all about? Whilst the Christmas period is seen as the time of the year for joy and celebration, what’s often not recognised, is that it can be a particularly tiring and stressful time of the year for school leaders and teachers. The plays and special assemblies are all wonderful […]

#lovelearning14 R&R Workshop 1⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

Following a fabulous day of education and entertainment we gathered to reflect on what changes from the day we would take to our own practice.  This is a summary of our discussions… What did you most enjoy about today’s sessions? I’ll not lie lunch and the pipe band were big winners but we also had […]

PL Loves Learning / Pedagoo R+R Group 8⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

“I want to go back to work tomorrow!” sums up the general feeling of review and reflect group 8. What did we enjoy most? The buzz of the event The passion and enthusiasm of all in attendance A chance to meet with like-minded professionals and engage in a dialogue with people sharing / challenging our […]

Ofsted Prep: How 5 good habits can lead to excellent teaching and learning⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

I recently had an observation with my line manager. I used to dread observations, especially when being judged by an expert teacher. I think the thing that even the most experienced teachers fear is an Ofsted inspection. Having received positive feedback for my recent lesson observation, I looked back on what I did and realised […]

Project Based Learning and Critique⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

Last week I was lucky enough to represent my maths department in a session about project based learning and critique. The session was led by John who works in a high school in America and is currently in the UK doing some working on PBL. In the session we focused on how we can use […]

Using pupil feedback to improve teaching⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

At the end of every lesson, I try to evaluate my teaching. Sometimes I manage to do this, othertimes, there’s simply not enough time. I’ve even thought about giving myself DIRT on my timetable so that it’s not just the students who are doing explicit improvement and reflection. Towards the end of a major unit […]

Pedagoo & TeachMeets⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

This week has seen my introduction to pedagoo and also presenting at teach meets. I was originally going to blog about how I think consistently good is outstanding, but I’ve had to rethink! My school hosted a teach meet this week and I was asked several weeks ago if I would present. I had thought […]

A time for reflection? #PedagooReflect⤴

from @ Pedagoo.org

As we near the end of another academic year, it seems like potentially a good time to reflect on our professional learning. There’s only one week of term left here in Scotland, and even if you don’t finish up this week there’ll only be a maximum of a few more weeks left of school before [...]