Monthly Archives: March 2015

5 Ways Google Apps Saved My Life In First Term

This year, I’ve been fortunate enough to have been given some permissions to explore Google Apps For Education as our school looks to move closer toward cloud-based learning tools for teaching and learning. As a result, I’ve done a lot … Continue reading

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Using Google Forms To Collect Data About Students’ Home Reading

This year I’ve been exploring the use of Google Forms as a way of collecting assessment data from my students. Rather than spend a lesson of my release time flicking through learning journal and checking for signatures, the Form above … Continue reading

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The Coach and The Coached – Collaborative Self-Development

Right at the moment my mentor suggested to me that she was searching for a ‘subject’ to coach, the prospect of collaborating with her to enhance my own practice was something I knew I wanted to do. A part of me … Continue reading

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