Mark. Plan. Teach by @TeacherToolkit (Ross Morrison McGill): A reflection

Disclaimer: I was selected in a Twitter competition to receive a free, signed copy of 'Mark. Plan. Teach.' I would have bought a copy of my own if I hadn't been. Having come quite late to the Edu-Twitter sphere, I had little knowledge of Ross Morrison McGill AKA @TeacherToolkit and his work until an overworked … Continue reading Mark. Plan. Teach by @TeacherToolkit (Ross Morrison McGill): A reflection

Practising what you Teach: Putting Evidence into Practice

A practical 'review' of What does this look like in the classroom (Hendrick and Macpherson, 2017). There is no greater evangelist than the recently converted. And honey, I am preaching. I don't want to structure this as a standard review of Carl Hendrick and Robin Macpherson's brilliantly edited collection of interviews with expert practitioners. You can … Continue reading Practising what you Teach: Putting Evidence into Practice