Last Thursday saw our fourth annual TeachMeet at Durrington High School. As always, it was a fantastic evening. A great demonstration of the appetite of teachers for sharing and collaboration – exactly what teachmeets should be about.
The evening got off to a great start with David Didau. David asked us to challenge our assumptions about teaching and learning – something that he is very good at. He discussed the fact that many of the things that actually make a difference to learning are counter-intuitive – so need us to think about and change our own practice. He unpicked the difference between learning and performance, the need for desireable difficulties and what we can do about it. His presentation can be downloaded here.
Kate Bloomfield – The best revision guide…ever – @tennisbloom
Kate discussed the fact that there was no need to spend loads of money…
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