Values, vision and learning in the remote classroom

Well, here we are again, back in lockdown and remote learning in full swing. As I look around the Twittersphere there are many strands to […]

Materials writing and pub quizzes

Before lockdown I was an avid pub quizzer. It’s the perfect hobby for a materials writer because we accumulate tons of useless facts when researching […]

Five ideas, approaches and attitudes to help you with #edtech in 2021

It’s that time of the year to be reflective and to think ahead and make plans. Reflecting back on 2020, one of the few silver […]

Year in review

Last blog post of 2020. Here’s how the year went… January: Handed in my notice at British Council. Started Module 2 of the PGCEi. Goaded […]

Promoting Vocabulary in your Classroom

Introduction Vocabulary is so important. Using it effectively allows everyone to describe better what they are thinking and makes explanations more concise. Within the area […]

Book publishing journey!

Hi everyone! My name is Katie and I am a former York St John student. I am also the author/illustrator of the book, Miley’s Mind. […]

Tutorial: Creating Christmas Angels

Introduction: Christmas is a great time for everyone but especially for the children within school. One of the things which I always tried to achieve […]

Guest Post: Top 5 Software To Create Fantastic Slideshows Easily

If you take pictures constantly and share them with your friends or family members, then sharing them in their original state may be a bit […]

How has #Education and #EdTech evolved during the Covid-19 crisis?

There’s no getting away from what a difficult year it has been for everyone the world over. With Collins Dictionary making their word of the […]

#AppventCalendar Day Ten – LessonUp written by @msluss

Welcome to Day 10 of the 2020 Appvent Calendar! For today’s #aAppventCalendar entry I am really excited to share an app that has helped lots […]

Guest Post: How to Improve Spelling?

Believe it or not, but spelling is still important! Moreover, spelling skills are frequently used to evaluate you as a person. A few years ago, […]

Writing and full-time teaching

I wrote this in 2019. Just came across it again. My loose thoughts on a random post-writing, pre-COVID evening… Balancing writing alongside teaching (and other) […]

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