Category Archives: online CPD

Old Glow is dead. Long live Glow.

A day of days. The world’s first national intranet for schools had a significant moment today. Glow, the original running mate in 2004 for our new curriculum policy, Curriculum for Excellence has been shut down to give way to its … Continue reading

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My progress review was two weeks ago and I passed. I knew where I would be challenged, and I knew where I was strong. The challenges left me feeling a bit exposed (in methodology and analysis especially) and this is … Continue reading

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¬† Here’s the prezi on Learning Rounds which formed the basis for my presentation to SERA 2012 on Weds 21st November and some references if anyone is interested. I prefer sharing them this way rather than on paper – I … Continue reading

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I’m talking on Edutalk on Wednesday about my Dissertation¬†– uploaded ¬†if anyone wants to read it

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Seth’s Blog: The curious imperative

Seth's Blog: The curious imperative. so true – ignorance can no longer be worn as a badge of honour. How many people have you come across who wear their technology badge proudly? As Seth says, the obligation has changed, it’s … Continue reading

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Online CPD

I was really pleased to be asked by SecEd to write a piece about online CPD for their weekly publication. If you haven’t managed to find a copy in your staffroom (it’s free and is sent to every secondary school … Continue reading

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