Tag Archives: Practice

What remote learning has taught us about: Practice

In this, the fifth blog of the series, we will be examining the lessons learned from remote learning with regards to student practice. In comparison to some of the other six principles such as explanation, practice would appear potentially less … Continue reading

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Supporting Practice

Practice is an essential element in the acquisition of learning something new. Practice is utilising, applying, enacting, thinking about, writing about or speaking about new knowledge and skills so that can be consolidated or enhanced. To learn how to do something … Continue reading


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Teaching Talk – Deliberate Practice with John Mulhern

In this episode of Teaching Talk, maths teacher John Mulhern talks about how he has focused on developing the ‘deliberate practice’ that takes place in his lessons: TT7 John Mulhern – Deliberate Practice from Jason Ramasami on Vimeo.

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Tonight’s 15 minute forum was led by English Deputy Leader, Jo Grimwood.  Jo led an EduBook Club group last year on Matthew Syed’s ‘Bounce’ and used this 15 minute forum to go through the key messages from the book, and … Continue reading

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Perfect Practice Makes Perfect

Over the weekend, I came across this video of a 3 year old American lad called Titus, doing some pretty impressive stuff with a basketball hoop: Now, many people would describe this as ‘natural talent’.  However, anyone who has read … Continue reading

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