Research into practice: Teaching Self-Regulation in English 2

This is the second post in a series of reflections on teaching self-regulation strategies in English In my last post,┬áResearch in to Practice: a plan for teaching self-regulation in English, I outlined my plan to explicitly teach students how to study and self-regulate, using class surveys. Since then, In have started at my new school … Continue reading Research into practice: Teaching Self-Regulation in English 2

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