Looking for some juicy articles as they relate to the youth of today from a leading research company? Then look no further than Generation Next. There are some awesome blog posts and articles to read and they run regular conferences and host discussions. In particular you might be interested in an article on the blog recently [...]
After some fabulous Halloween activities? Check out the amazing work of Rachelle over at Tinkerlab she’s got your back!
Those awesome peeps over at Do Re Me in Elsternwick have created some fabulous workshops over the time they have been open. This one caught my eye as a great exercise that is easily translatable to school class rooms. Ask students to bring in magazines and catalogues and use the images to create lovely mixed [...]
Meet the neurologist who was inspired to retrain as an educator and apply what she knew about the brain and take that to the classroom. Dr Judy Willis on the Science of Learning. If you don’t have 11 minutes to spare, here are my takeaways. The Science of Boredom (1 min 30 sec) – [...]
If you have not yet joined the Edutopia community at Edutopia.org then do yourself a favour and go there right now and jump on board. Recently I came upon this post about how to use video in the classroom. If you have always thought that it is too difficult and complicated and you need particularly [...]
Well unless you live under a rock you know that next Tuesday is Valentines day – and whilst primary school is too young to be expecting drama and tears over unrequited love (I hope!) it is a great opportunity to look at relationships, kindness and loving one another. Discuss the origins of Valentines day with [...]