Why should other teachers get their hands on all that lovely ed tech? You can't tell them not to use it, but here are 11 tried and tested ways to make them not really wish to.
Assessment, Book reviews, Ofsted: just three of the topics covered in the latest issue of our newsletter, Digital Education.
To some extent, the difference between formative assessment and summative assessment is a matter of context and objectives.
In a recent article I said that a particular book was my first 'proper' book -- and then I remembered the previous half dozen or so! This article sets the record straight.
Should educational materials be completely free to copy and distribute?
A very brief note about the What Works conference I attended, with a link to my London Book Fair Bulletin #1.
Alongside the London Book Fair is the What Works education conference. As you may have surmised from its proximity to the LBF, it focuses on educational publishing.
A new, free, resource.
I've been thinking about, and running courses on, assessment for a long time. In a mini essay called Assessment and the black swan problem, I discuss an issue that I think receives scant attention. In this short article I tell you how you can get hold of the essay.
What's Fiverr, and why might it be useful to both teachers and school-leavers?
What's coming up in the next issue of Digital Education.
I've been adding resources to the list for my forthcoming course, and changing the cover of my book.
Fake news? Alternative facts? Post-truth? Read on for information about very useful and interesting resources to use in the classroom.