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  • The woes of exercising Jan 17, 2017
    This year I have an aim to exercise more, eat better, and lose weight – not by being outrageous but by being sensible. But … Have you noticed that once you start exercising (walking for me) that you very quickly
  • Napp reflections Nov 11, 2016
    I’ve been on a leadership journey this year working alongside a bunch of fantastic teachers. The NAPP (National Aspiring Principals Programme) course has been challenging, exhausting, frustrating, enriching. Here is my leadership inquiry summary!
  • Teaching as Inquiry Jun 20, 2015
    TAI is a catch phrase for the collaborative and reflective ‘stuff’ that often happens in a ‘whole-listic’ way – naturally and orally – with lots of conversations between teachers happening at odd moments. Since any teaching strategy works differently in
  • Thinking Digital Jul 1, 2014
    Last year Tara and I had the privilege of speaking at the Thinking Digital conference in Newcastle, UK. It was an amazing experience – only enhanced by the fact that Sugata Mitra was also speaking – immediately after us! Here’s
  • Quote Jul 1, 2014
    Just came across this quote today from http://teachpaperless.blogspot.co.nz/2011/05/best-thing-about-chromebooks-its.html Thinking about it, the real importance of the Chromebook is not the vendor, it’s not the device, it’s the fact that it makes the predictionthat the Web of the future is not just a
  • Beyond Narrow Standards – Part Four Oct 10, 2013
  • Episode 3 – Beyond Narrow Standards Oct 7, 2013
  • Minimally Invasive Assessment Oct 7, 2013
    And here’s where it all started – this is our EdTalk from Ulearn2012. Minimally invasive assessment from EDtalks on Vimeo.
  • Using Sparkol Videoscribe Oct 6, 2013
    Over the past week Tara and I have been working on our research report – we decided to do it as a series of short videos – and have ended up getting a Sparkol Pro Videoscribe account to do this.
  • Beyond Narrow Standards – Episode 2 Oct 6, 2013