Monthly Archives: August 2014

‘Incidental’ Geography – The Flag Counter Widget and Authentic Global Connections

Reading… Writing… Speaking… Number… Chance and data… Geometry… Music… Gardening… Physical education… Art… and then we’re expected to expose our learners to Geography? With such restrictions on time, and pressure from those higher powers to ensure we are giving our … Continue reading

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How I Use Blogging As a Transdisciplinary Learning Tool

Blogging in my classroom is really beginning to take on a life of its own. Earlier this term, students were given the ‘licence’ to create their own posts, rather than responding solely to my own. It has given the students … Continue reading

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