Labels are powerful in education. We should be careful about what we call things.
How can an ancient shipwreck spark a modern journey of learning and exploration?
A working teacher shares some tips for effective teaching in the remote environment.
All the EduTwitters is not gold, but it is still worth looking.
Facing deeper lockdown and longer remote learning, we must redouble our effort and energy.
As we head back for a second helping of remote learning, the focus must be on the learning, not the teaching.
Every obstacle provides an opportunity for growth. This idea is not new and it is not mine. You see it threaded through tomes in airport bookshops, where charlatans and sheisters claim they discovered this essential truth, ignoring that fact that learned older and wiser minds sorted that out a long time ago. What an opportunityContinue reading “Lockdown Takeout: The Magic of the Reading Habit”
We should be flying our cars by now, not driving. There should be robots in every home and widespread interstellar tourism. The future is always uncertain – wrong assumptions remind us this all the time. Often, it turns out science fiction overestimates the extent and nature of change in our world. Related to this fromContinue reading “Writing and Technology: The Middle Path”
Well, that is a curly question. Plenty of dogs around the world can go and find the newspaper, but I’ve not heard of one that can read it.
The names we use to describe students is a bad habit that limits growth in education. Labels limit learning.