How to approach feedback

“Teachers may claim they give much feedback, but the more appropriate measure is the nature of feedback received (and this is often quite little)” - John Hattie. Feedback, feedforward, instruction, prompting, cueing, guidance, we all know its documented importance in...

4 things dance class is good for

  During parent-teacher conferences today I realised something that shouldn’t have really been as such a revelation as it was. A parent asked what style of dance I teach and I started (as always) explaining I don’t teach any particular style but tools with which...

ctl+alt+del

  So, ctl + alt + del. Reset. I started blogging to achieve a few things, improve my practice in the classroom, create a professional network and ultimately challenge myself and my own creativity. Unfortunately the demands of the working environment, and...

Re:envisioning 40

For the past three months I have been reading. I have been reading a LOT …and it’s all been about creativity. Now, creativity has become one of those hip, fashionable, drive-you-nuts words used not just in media or business solutions, but also in education. The use of...

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