This is a very interesting, thought-provoking and readable book. I’ve only read 25% so far, but it’s looking good so far.
The dreaded training day season looms. But the event doesn’t have to be awful as it frequently is.
An interesting piece of feedback related to training in using education technology in lessons!
Why knowing what the pupils in a class do digitally in their spare time can be a good idea.
Worthy cogitations about what I might have done to avoid being faced with a non-working whiteboard — and why that situation arose in the first place.
How the admin involved in a course led to its being abandoned by one group of trainers.
In this article I itemise the things which made a teacher visit to the Press Association in London so valuable. Perhaps it can serve as a checklist of “like-to-haves” for any teacher visit that you are organising.
Using an external IT trainer is risky. Here are a few things to insist on to reduce the likelihood of a ruined training day.