Tag Archives: Cross-curricular

  1. People learn best when…

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    August 18, 2014 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    I am currently completing an online course called ‘Leaders of Learning’. It is a free course delivered by an organisation …
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  2. Marking and Feedback: Before, During & After

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    June 3, 2014 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    The following post is a summary of a talk I recently delivered at the ASE East Conference in Harlow: When …
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  3. The Kids Aren’t Alright! (So what do we do now?)

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    March 5, 2014 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    I have recently attended meetings within my school that have been focused on the attainment and progress of KS3 (Years 7-9) …
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  4. PBL – My First Draft. Part 1

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    October 30, 2013 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    It was on Twitter that I first heard of PBL (Project Based Learning). A number of people had written about projects …
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  5. Displays For Learning

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    May 9, 2012 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    We plan many things to ensure that for the time that a class is in front of us learning can …
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  6. Helping Pupils Become Their Own Teachers

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    March 6, 2012 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    I have recently been reading John Hattie’s fantastic book, ‘Visible Learning for Teachers: Maximizing Impact on Learning’. I am only …
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  7. Going SOLO! (Part 2) – A Plea for Help.

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    February 24, 2012 by Doug Napolitano-Cremin

    So I have been ‘Going SOLO’ for a few months now. After introducing the concept to one class initially (see …
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