Listen to Episode 6 - Getting your next teaching job In this episode of EduBlether, we focus on getting your next teaching post. @edublether provide you with top ten tips in getting your next teaching post. We also have the usual features: in the news, we recommend and inspired by. Please check out edublether.wordpress.com and... Continue Reading →
Listen to Episode 1 - Growth Mindset: Our very first episode of @EduBlether. In this episode we introduce ourselves and discuss the recruitment of teachers. We also focus on Growth Mindset as our main feature. Lastly, we suggest the @DayOne app and tell you about @TeamSCEL SCEL Framework in our 'inspired by' section. Follow us... Continue Reading →
The landscape of Scottish education has changed significantly over the past 10 years, with the importance of leadership highlighted like never before.
This is a fantastic site from Jo Boaler (among others) with the mission of creating a Maths revolution. That revolution is mainly based on trying to get Maths teachers and children to believe that everyone can learn Maths to a high level. The website is a treasure trove of ideas, articles, videos and resources for... Continue Reading →
In our most recent episode, we discuss computational thinking with Kate Farrell (Teacher of Computing Science). Computational Thinking involves different concepts and approaches. This poster from @BarefootComp is a fantastic overview of what a computational thinker does. This topic interests us for so many reasons. Firstly, we are passionate about technology and computing and understand... Continue Reading →
A recent CPD session on 'Creativity' I attended posed the question, "What does it mean to be creative?". This question really stuck with me because at first I thought it would be so easy to answer, but then I realised it means so many things depending on your focus of attention. Somewhat frustratingly, the main... Continue Reading →