Most of history’s most famous and prolific artists, thinkers, and creators made a point to walk every day. Here’s why.
1 – 10 in alphabetical order. Eight, five, four, nine, one, seven, six, ten, three, two.
Would They Play? Would They Learn? Finding the Sweet Spot between Games and Learning
Thank you to Denver Craig from Think Education for posting this on Linkedin.
An interesting guardian article that reflects the philosophy of Reinvent English, in particular the first two points in the summary below
• Learning shouldn’t be confined to the classroom – it can take place anywhere.
• A change of physical environment can help to encourage creativity and innovation.
• Schools’ fear of Ofsted can inhibit experimentation.
• Strong leadership is required to help schools to innovate.
• Leaders should not be scared to take educated risks
Check out this great Edudemic article that curates various resources on the flipped classroom model that any teacher needs.
I’ve been experimenting more and more with flipping the classroom and it is getting results.
As this Edudemic article states, “Flipped learning has been around for a while. It’s a rethinking of the standard classroom model that puts students in the driver’s seat. With the influx of technology into education, the flipped classroom model has really taken off. In fact, it’s one of the hottest education trends we’ve been monitoring on Edudemic for the past 4 years. We published a useful guide to flipped classrooms many moons ago but were excited to see an updated visual guide to flipped classrooms from the fine folks at We Are Teachers. It details the basics of flipping, apps that you should use in a flipped classroom, and more.”