November 12, 2017 Island Teacher No comments exist

  In the sphere of education there is a shift away from teaching to an increased focus on learning. With formal education traditionally emphasising teaching more than learning, education systems have focused on the transfer of information and knowledge from the teacher to the learner. This focus has created a

November 5, 2017 Island Teacher No comments exist

I have been doing same-day intervention for about 9 months.  In my experience, the concept is essential to a mathematical mastery pedagogy.  I have often found the UK organisation an excellent source of ideas with proven research and robust impact data.  This article was published on their blog by Liam

November 4, 2017 Island Teacher No comments exist

Trying to fit History teaching pedagogy into small quotes is often problematic. I recently was confronted with this situation while reading a newspaper article. The piece, published in the Guardian Newspaper was written by British journalist Janet Street-Porter. For those not familiar with Ms. Porter, it would not be contentious