In this episode of EduBlether, we welcome Patrice Bain, co-author of the book 'Powerful Teaching - Unleash the science of learning'. We discuss knowledge, critical thinking, assessment, curriculum and lots more. It was a fascinating discussion with some great practical ideas for how to begin using these research-informed strategies or 'power tools' in your classroom.... Continue Reading →
In Episode 23 of EduBlether we discuss Digital Learning. We think about Pedagogy, the SAMR model, equity, access, professional learning and so much more. Let us know your feedback on Twitter @edublether What is your experience of Digital Learning been? Why do you think we have not made the advancements in Digital Learning that we... Continue Reading →
In this Episode we have a discussion about retrieval practice and developments in cognitive science. We look at the implications for teaching and learning, as well as what this means for the role of Education in a wider debate. We have many tangents in this episode discussing hegemony, knowledge, politics and much more. I hope... Continue Reading →
In this wide ranging interview, David Cameron shares his thoughts, experiences and wisdom. An exhilarating interview. Listen to Episode 16 - An EduBlether with David Cameron.
Listen to Episode 10 - An Interview with Andy Griffith In this episode we do things a little different. This is our first live interview and it is with the fantastic Andy Griffith, the highly sought after consultant and trainer. We discuss Outstanding teaching, motivational learning and lots more.
This is a great tool for playing about with websites. Designed to be used on desktop, rather than tablet, this tool allows you to remix any websites on the internet. Change pictures, text, headlines etc then publish and see what happens. No coding experience is needed and the tool is very straightforward to use. This... Continue Reading →
Sir John Jones is the most inspirational speaker there is on the educational speaker circuit at the moment. He is funny, passionate and down to earth kind of guy. It was a joy to hear him speak and I would recommend you read his book.
An excellent resource to set up a debating team or club. It can also be used in your classroom to discuss all manner of things to do with your curriculum. https://idebate.org/debatabase