Archive for August, 2016

It’s not often I can claim to be ahead of the trend. Pretty much never, to be honest. But this time I think I’ve managed it, and so I’m going to make sure all my readers, at least, know about it. Recently the TES “exclusively reported” – which means other sites paraphrased their story and […]

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It turns out that I’m really bad at following up conference presentations. Back in early June, I offered a session on teachers engaging – or otherwise – with educational research. It all grew out of an argument I had on Twitter with @adchempages, who has since blocked me after I asked if the AP Chem […]

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Just think… in a few weeks, you’ll have a new crop of brand-new Year 7 students. Shiny faces, uniforms without holes and a complete pencil case. For about a day. So it’s nearly time to teach graphs. You may have already seen the resources produced by the ASE on the Language of Maths in Science […]

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