Great Philosophy and Ethics websites… | Charlotte

Charlotte Vardy writes… Following a twitter exchange with @iTeachRE and @gerdunne71 this morning, I have been updating my knowledge of useful websites for teaching the Philosophy of Religion and Ethics, whether at GCSE or A Level.  @iTeachRE asked if I would share a list, so here goes (and please do send me recommendations to add … More Great Philosophy and Ethics websites… | Charlotte

Washington DC part 1: What schools can learn from America | Tom Bennett

Unless you’re in a chemically induced coma it is impossible not to see how America creates itself constantly. It does it so, so habitually that I imagine most of the time it doesn’t even know it’s doing it. People have often commented on the palpable and very visible culture of civic responsibility that exists in … More Washington DC part 1: What schools can learn from America | Tom Bennett

The Art of teacher exposition | missdcox

How would you explain these to a student? http://ift.tt/2dIGd2S Recently I’ve been considering what makes effective teaching and I think this is often overlooked as an important aspect of teaching. How a teacher describes, explains, especially abstract concepts is the key to student understanding. A teacher may have a perfectly behaved group, with great attitudes … More The Art of teacher exposition | missdcox

The Art of teacher exposition | missdcox

How would you explain these to a student? http://ift.tt/2dIGd2S Recently I’ve been considering what makes effective teaching and I think this is often overlooked as an important aspect of teaching. How a teacher describes, explains, especially abstract concepts is the key to student understanding. A teacher may have a perfectly behaved group, with great attitudes … More The Art of teacher exposition | missdcox