Advice for my former self

I’m quite good at time travel. It’s easy, as long as you only want to go forwards

Now that I’m working on the final module of my MEd, I found myself wondering what advice I would offer myself if I could travel back to the start.

1. Nothing is more important than sleep and [...]

Talkin’ ‘Bout a Revolution

In some ways, newer technology has revolutionised my teaching – but it hasn’t done this for everyone.

I’m much more organised with tasks, deadlines, planning and resources now that they are electronic. Getting great ideas and inspiration from colleagues around the world via social media, webinars and Teachmeets has become normal. Technology has certainly [...]

Privacy diary – days six and seven

As part of my work for Unit H807 from my MEd course with the Open University, I am keeping a privacy diary for a week. It appears I’ve had an irony bypass, because I’m publishing my privacy diary here. I wonder what I will discover?

And on the sixth day, nothing of any significance [...]

Privacy diary – day four

As part of my work for Unit H807 from my MEd course with the Open University, I am keeping a privacy diary for a week. It appears I’ve had an irony bypass, because I’m publishing my privacy diary here. I wonder what I will discover?

Driving around today, I found myself being alert [...]

Privacy diary – day three

As part of my work for Unit H807 from my MEd course with the Open University, I am keeping a privacy diary for a week. It appears I’ve had an irony bypass, because I’m publishing my privacy diary here. I wonder what I will discover?

I had expected to be out and about today. [...]