Monthly Archives: September 2014

Not drowning, but feeling the land slip from under my feet…

The biggest new challenge for me this year is how to keep on top of my workload and keep the weekends work-free for my little boy. He’s just started school at 4 years and 2 months old. A little one. … Continue reading

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Identity homework results :-)

Totally stole the Identity homework idea from Rachel Jones (@rlj1981). Here’s the original blog post I saw last year and filed away  for the next start of the school year. Her blog is a great source of ideas and inspiration. … Continue reading

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Nice to meet you. Physics 1st lessons.

Oh gosh! Nearly missed out on doing a weekly post already! Must be back in the full swing of a teaching term. Busy at every moment! Its been a nice first week meeting new classes. I have a year 10 … Continue reading

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Book Review: Punk Learning – Tait Coles

Safe to say I expected to like this book before I started reading it. That’s why I chose it from the pile of education books that have appeared in the school library.  It appealed to me, as a punk and … Continue reading

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Back to school! Hip hip hooray!

It’s back to school day! Yey! I love this time of year. Imagining what exciting things I’ll do with my classes. What new things I’ll try that will make my classes the best, most exciting places to be EVER! My … Continue reading

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