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Revisiting old posts: Developing key vocabulary across the curriculum

POSTED ORIGINALLY IN JANUARY 2014 Strategies to develop key vocabulary across the curriculum Important considerations: 1)   Students must know / understand the key vocabulary – no good using if they don’t know the meaning 2)   Teaching words within sentences – essential to get context right 3)   One school suggests – Subject areas: 1)   Literacy matsContinue reading “Revisiting old posts: Developing key vocabulary across the curriculum”

Revisiting old posts: CPD – Who or what is it for?

POSTED ORIGINALLY IN MARCH 2015 Once an opportunity for teachers to enthusiastically develop their practice or enhance their teaching and learning pedagogy, CPD’s alignment with PRP, accountability and the need to provide evidence that you can breathe well enough let alone teach, CPD has seemingly lost the spark it once had in promoting a professionContinue reading “Revisiting old posts: CPD – Who or what is it for?”

Revisiting old posts: it’s ok to have a moan sometimes…it’s much more honest.

POSTED ORIGINALLY IN APRIL 2015 What a treat to read such a positive post on teaching this week! And then how interesting that the responses to the post fell into two categories: those who lavished praise that finally someone had written something positive about the profession and reflected the views of those ‘who love theirContinue reading “Revisiting old posts: it’s ok to have a moan sometimes…it’s much more honest.”

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