Monthly Archives: November 2013

When the Timer on Your Countdown Reaches Zero « Teach Like a Champion

Love this clip we shot last week of Maggie Johnson’s 8th grade English classat Troy Prep, and for a tiny little reason. via When the Timer on Your Countdown Reaches Zero « Teach Like a Champion Advertisements

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School Management Makes Teaching Impossible

Originally posted on cazzypotsblog:
“So much of what we call management consists in making it difficult for people to work.” (Peter F Drucker) If you have read any of my blogs of recent months, then it won’t come as very much…

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The Literacy Blog: My week in the round

What a week! My visit to Blackthorns Primary School in West Sussex turned out to be hugely enjoyable. I was shown round the school and into all the classes by Marianne Brand, the school’s new head teacher. Years ago, Marianne … Continue reading

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There is a place for multiple choice in English – Part II

Originally posted on must do better…:
In my last blog I laid out the background to my thinking around the use of multiple choice as an assessment tool in English. My focus is on its use as a formative vehicle,…

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Yellow

Originally posted on Are you an alien? Experiences of a male Primary School teacher:
Me: Hi, I’m Tim, I’m a 40-year-old male teacher and I’m being bullied Teacher  1(Head of Self Help Group): Hi Tim Teacher 2 (on verge of a…

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Blogs for the Week Ending 29th November 2013

Please feel free to reblog this post on WordPress and to include @TheEchoChamber2 in your #ff’s on Twitter today. Church school admissions – are we making the wrong assumptions? November 29, 2013 My packet of crisps: When your job gets too much… November 29, 2013 Teachers … Continue reading

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Church school admissions – are we making the wrong assumptions?

Originally posted on Educating Brentwood:
Two weeks ago we highlighted an article on Twitter written by education writer Fiona Millar reporting concerns expressed by the Archbishop of Canterbury about inclusivity within some Church of England schools. The tweet was followed…

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