All that glitters is not gold

You know how it happens, you go on Twitter or you go to a Teachmeet; you get a new app or a new pedagogical idea for the classroom. You hear about or read a great blog post about a new pedagogical technique and know they would work a treat. You LOVE it. The children love it too. It has impact on learning. All is good in the hood, so to speak. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I worry though about this fast-paced social-media teacher-sharing world however if we are a bit too magpie-like. Flitting from one amazing new pedagogical idea to another.

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