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Martin Burrett

Talking Transition - 7 views

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    "Moving from one school to another is a seminal moment in the lives of young people. Ensuring a smooth start can change how a pupil sees school, their education and their future. Preparing adquently for a new school, or even a new school year is vitial… and that is just the teachers!"
Martin Burrett

Life After Exams - 7 views

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    "We are currently deep in the middle of exam season here in the UK, but the end is in sight. But what do you and your pupils do with this strange time after exams when so much of your time effort (blood and sweat). Do you revel in the limbo and become demob happy, or full throttle to the end of the year? In this session of #UKEdChat we discuss your plans and opinions to 'life after exams'."
Martin Burrett

Combating Conflict - 9 views

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    "In an ideal world lessons would be learnt, progression would be made and everyone would get along. However, whether low-level comments or open warfare, conflict can impinge on the learning of pupils. And that is just when the teachers are arguing! In this session of UKEdChat we will discuss how to avoid conflict in the classroom, the staffroom and in the playground. Don't argue… just be on #UKEdChat at 8pm(UK)."
Martin Burrett

Reading and Learning - 19 views

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    "Reading and learning seem to go together, but a shift in reading habits is changing the way we consume information and changing our relationship with a book. Should schools embrace this change, or celebrate a traditional model of reading and paper books? How are books being used in today's classrooms, and how could they be used better? What are the reading habits of teachers and how do educators use books to improve their teaching?"
Martin Burrett

UKEd Magazine - Issue 48 - 3 views

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    "View issue 48 of the UKEdChat magazine."
Martin Burrett

UKEd Wiki - 4 views

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    A free, open, collaborative space for educators to create and share.
Martin Burrett

The Future of Learning - 10 views

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    "It was once said 'It's difficult to make predictions, especially about the future'. There are so many factors, technological, political, societal, which could change the course of learning, but in this discussion we are future-gazing and trying to imagine what learning will look like in a generation from now and beyond."
Martin Burrett

Sharing Professional Development & Up-Skilling Others - 16 views

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    Join #UKEdChat at 8pm(UK) on Thursday to discuss Sharing Professional Development & Up-Skilling Others
Martin Burrett

UKEd Update - 20th February 2018 - 1 views

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    All the education news, articles, teaching resources you need today, plus the best of edu Twitter.
Martin Burrett

UKEd Update - 19th February 2018 - 1 views

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    All the education news, articles, teaching resources you need today.
Martin Burrett

Teaching vs. Everything Else - 17 views

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    "Teaching, if you let it, will take over your life. Too many of us can think of times when family were put into second place behind our teaching commitments, not to mention our health, diet and sleep. Despite all the talk of wellbeing, a culture of 'look how hard I work' pervades our profession. Not surprising when this is often encouraged and rewarded. In this UKEdChat we will discuss the merits and pitfalls of navigating this difficult balance and, together, find some solutions."
Martin Burrett

UKEd Update: 18 January 2018 - 3 views

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    Teaching idea, edu articles, resources, news and more in today's UKEd Update
Martin Burrett

How can we get more teachers to use technology effectively in their teaching? - 31 views

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    UKEdChat Session 1 summary and Twitter archive
Martin Burrett

Behaviour Management - UKEdChat - 8 views

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    "Unlike Saint Nic we know that being either naughty or nice is a little simplistic. Behaviour management is just as much about the behaviour of the adults as the pupils and that in the dynamic environment of the classroom, everything influences everything else."
Martin Burrett

Top tips for re-engaging disengaged students - 33 views

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    "Ideas for re-engaging students who seemed disengaged acknowledged that disengagement is a mutli-dimensional construct and that it does not simply refer to behavioural engagement, but emotional / relational engagement (including relationship with peers, staff and home) and psychological and cognitive engagement (how challenging and relevant the content of the lesson is). Therefore, suggestions to improve engagement ranged from using music or movement at the start of the lesson to set a tone / pace and expected participation, to demonstrating your own enthusiasm or passion as a teacher, showing them ' you are there for them not the job…knowing them as a person" (@TheBenHornbury)"
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