Goal-Directed Learning: helping students find their own pathways to success

Most of us, if we are reading this, are in positions of trust. We have been through interviews, often rigorous, to select us as being the most suitable for our role, and as a result have a degree of authority delegated to us to enable us to fulfil our duties. We have KPIs, whether they … Continue reading Goal-Directed Learning: helping students find their own pathways to success

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3 things ed tech will (eventually) change in our schools, and 3 things it shouldn’t

Imagine that the time between the first UK government schools being set up (1833) and the present day is represented by a 24-hour clock. At what time do you think the internet and ed tech appeared? My back-of-fag-packet calculation puts the internet at 11.47pm and the iPad at 11.56pm. Is there any wonder why we’re … Continue reading 3 things ed tech will (eventually) change in our schools, and 3 things it shouldn’t

Twitter: two sides to the story

In the Telegraph today, Bryony Gordon decries the use of Twitter as a vehicle for mawkish and inappropriate outbursts of grief at the death of Amy Winehouse. One tweet mentions that a reason to love Winehouse is because she 'once spat at Pippa Middleton'. However, for those of us fascinated by trends in education, Twitter … Continue reading Twitter: two sides to the story