Following on from my workshop at Pedagoo Glasgow, this is an outline from my session.
The presentation section of my workshop had three sections, each of which is explored below:
If you work in the public sector, then your work should be public
- This may be slightly controversial because, yes, it does apply to people writing ‘How to Pass’ guides as well, but if you work in the public education system, and your professional knowledge has essentially been funded by taxpayers, then whatever material you can produce to help students should be available to everyone, everywhere, for free.
If you help others, you help yourself, which helps the pupils
- By opening up and helping others, we become more likely to be helped by them which, consequently, makes us better teachers who are better able to help our students (and, going back to the…
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