Pandemic Teaching: Self-Care Edition

For all of us teaching through a pandemic, even the self-care can feel wildly, insurmountably difficult. Let’s do something about The post Pandemic Teaching: Self-Care […]

Guest post: Student and teacher reflection journals

It’s been a while since a guest post on ELT Planning. Michael Walker is a PGCEi-qualified teacher who has spent a while teaching EAP at […]

‘What have you learned about yourself during lockdown?’

We are 14 weeks into the 2020 UK lockdown due to the coronavirus, and I’ve been reflecting on some interviews I’ve conducted at this time. […]

Student Voices On Racism by Ciarra Downing

While racism is very apparent in the world today, many don’t realize how prevalent it is within academia as well. Not only have I experienced […]

Building Inclusive Classrooms

How can we act individually to promote inclusive classroom spaces? When the daily structure of classes are up to so many factors, pin-pointing a single […]

Encouraging Reflection, Practice, and Prediction through Canvas Surveys

As instructors, we’re all looking to help our students deepen their learning in ways that make the content “stick,” or in other words, make it […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 2/17/20

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: A great new resource for free images How a popular video app is being used for […]

Video evidence & reflection for student-led conferences

How PAML scaffolds screencasts for students Students and their families at Peoples Academy Middle Level have participated in student led The post Video evidence & […]

Learning, Innovation, and Instagram (#IITB, Pt. 3 of 4): Building Character(istics)

To display the character—and the characteristics—of the Innovator’s Mindset requires us to be observant, be creators, be resilient, and be reflective, George Couros and Katie […]

Baking reflection into the learning process

“Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards.” Søren Kierkegaard How often do you make time to reflect on an experience […]

Keep your fire burning

“If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” Jack Welch Rather than thinking […]

Reflecting upon the last ten years

The ends of decades, years, months, weeks, days – they’re all great opportunities for reflection. When I look back across my last ten years I […]

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