Jenny Hutton has very kindly donated a brilliant lesson on the Battle of Britain. Jenny was one of the (great) PGCE interns I worked with in 2009-10. Please take a look, and have a go!
This session on homework and ICT is going to start us thinking about how we can get around restrictions on the use of ICT in schools (mainly a shortage of available computer suites for history classes) and still enable our
I’ve just published a second page about differentiation, or ways to enable all students to access the learning in your classroom, whilst offering support and challenge at the same time. I’ll follow it with a third, a long (and probably
I’m still thinking about my second page on differentiation. In the meantime, something I saw on twitter has inspired me on the same topic. I’ve already posted on the blog about how much damage is done by ability labeling (and
We’re about to start the last term of my time as a tutor on Oxford Uni’s History PGCE. It’s been quite an experience, and although I’m looking forward to congratulating the interns at the end of the course, and I’m
As you might be aware from the twitter feed, I had an interview a little over a month ago for the HOD post at Little Heath. Great jobs like that don’t come up everyday, so I grabbed the opportunity and