Worldly wise?

teaching personally

So much reading, so much blogging, so much talking (It was another good Brick Lane curry last Friday). So much to think about – and all this only related to the day-job… There are so many different views, so much debate about what does or doesn’t work that it gets quite difficult to know what to think after a while.

One thing that has become increasingly clear to me is that people who teach different subjects to some extent talk different languages. That’s not necessarily a bad thing – they are only relating their own experiences as relevant to what they do – but it does make one question the degree to which it is possible to agree common approaches and expectations across teaching as a whole. Maybe our energies would actually be better directed looking elsewhere.

Some subjects seem to get disproportionate coverage – English Lit. has been in…

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About ijstock

I offer short courses in the basics of Critical Thinking to small groups. I am a former teacher with 30 years' experience. I taught CT to 'A' Level for a significant period.
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  1. Pingback: Blogs for the Fortnight Ending 15th June 2014 | The Echo Chamber

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