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OTHER USEFUL BLOGS

A growing number of teachers and school leaders are now writing blogs to reflect on and share good practice, ideas and resources.

The blogs listed here are a great starting place, if you are new to teacher blogs.  The relevant bloggers are also worth following on Twitter.

Excellence & Growth Schools Network EG Schools

The Learning Spy  – David Didau

Full On Learning – Zoe Elder

My Learning Journey – David Fawcett

HeadGuruTeacherTom Sherrington

John Tomsett John Tomsett

Teacher Toolkit Ross McGill

Hunting English Alex Quigley

Doug Lemov’s Field Notes Doug Lemov

Reflecting English Andy Tharby

ChronotopeCarl Hendrick

Belmont Teach Dan Brinton

Evidence into practice Nick Rose

Teaching: Leading Learning Chris Hildrew

Love Learning Ideas Ruth Powley

Teaching Channel

Matt Bromley’s Blog Matt Bromley

Othmar’s Trombone James Theobald

Desperately Seeking Sir

Creative T&LJo Fairclough

Leading Learner Stephen Tierney

Pedagogic Adventures David Rogers

MFL etc…… Matthieu Cauchy

Thinking on Learning Tom Boulter

ICT Evangelist Mark Anderson

Learning & Innovation Danield Edwards

Using ICT in Education Pete Kelly

Ms Findlater’s Teaching Blog Sarah Findlater

Teaching Battleground Andrew Old

Tom Bennett – Blog Tom Bennett

Essex Calling Vic Goddard

Things I’ve learned & things I’m learning Ros McMullen

The Teaching Toolkit –  Amjad Ali

MishMashLearningAndy Knill

Jamie Portman Jamie Portman

Punk Learning Tait Coles

Reflections of a learning geek Lisa Ashes

Learning from my mistakes – An English teacher’s blog Chris Curtis

Just trying to get better Kenny Pieper

Occasional glimpses into an English classroom Jill Lavender

Failing to learn better Mike Gunn

Keven Bartle’s Blog Keven Bartle

Walk with me a while across the sand Russell Hall

Little Miss Ludd Jen Ludd

Funky Pedagogy Jennifer Webb

Engage, Create, Learn Simon Daryn

Cherry on Top – Going from Good to Excellent Julie Davis

Angmering – Sharing excellence in the classroom Lianne Allison

Deep Learning Pete Jones

#Never Stop Learning @mrocallaghan_edu

Pragmatic Education  Joe Kirby

Improving Teaching Harry Fletcher-Wood

 Teaching, Researching, Writing Laura McInerney

MaryMyattsBlog – Mary Myatt

The Goldfish Bowl Mark Miller

Reflecting on my practice Dan Williams

Thoughts on managing variability Kev Lister

The light that falls through the cracks David Doherty

Magical Maths @magicalmaths

Ideas Factory Julian Wood

Developing Nicely Chris Francis

RGS Learning John Smith

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Learning Tools for teachers

The following links are to websites that will enable you to use a variety of e-learning strategies – whether it be creating engaging, interactive resources or getting feedback about student learning.

  • A Prezi by James Gardner looking at some web tools that he has used in his teaching (MFL) @Langnut
  • Classtools – Create flash tools, images, games etc e.g. facebook/twitter pages/SMS conversations for fictional/historical/other people.  Great for lesson hooks.
  • ThingLink – Make your images interactive!
  • Socrative – A great tool, where students can give use mobile devices etc to give feedback, answer questions etc.
  • Padlet – Formerly known as ‘Wallwisher’, Padlet is like an online noticeboard for post-its!
  • The Newspaper Clipping Generator -Create newspaper articles to use to generate discussion

 

Durrington High School TeachMeet

  • Find out about or register for the forthcoming Durington TeachMeet here

Durrington Student Learning Blog

  • Read about the learning experiences of Durrington High School students here

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