Category Archives: Interaction

Self Directed Learning and Role Play

Two blog posts (here and here) and a local authority exhibition that I attended tonight have inspired me to think about the use of role play in the classroom (and out) to develop language and literacy skills. What I noticed … Continue reading

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Class blogging – 4 months in

It’s been just over 4 months since I started blogging with my class and I wanted to reflect a little on how it’s going so far. I decided to start blogging with my new class after being inspired by others … Continue reading

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Hopes and fears for the coming year

We officially start back to school a week on Thursday (2nd Sept) which for me means starting at a new school with a new year group. Of course I have already met the children and most of the staff and … Continue reading

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TeachMeet Midlands #TMM11

First of all, if you’re not sure what a TeachMeet is, check out this video. I’ve only attended one in person before and seen a couple take place over the internet and have been thoroughly inspired by them. So when … Continue reading

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Let’s get connected

We live in the digital age, an age of connectedness. I was thinking about how many possible interactions we are able to make depending on the number of people in the ‘room’. By room I mean virtual as well as … Continue reading

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