“Picture a box. It’s made of wood. Maybe pine. It’s simple. Three feet long, two feet wide, two-and-a-half feet deep and open at the top. Now picture yourself climbing inside. Sit down. Feel the wood against your back. Run your fingers along the rough surface of the boards. Maybe you have to hug your knees… Continue reading Picture A Box – Helping Year 9 Write Historical Narrative
West London Free School Conference Workshop Resources
These are the files that Corinne and I used at our session for the West London Free School Conference on 9th March 2019. The handout is probably the most useful one. Goullee Stanford WLFS Handout 2019 Goullee Stanford WLFS Excel Example Goullee Stanford Automatic Markbook Example Goullee and Stanford WLFS Presentation 2019
Rate My Teacher(‘s Rating) – Why Reading Academic History Should Be a Performance Management Target
The Claim1 This is a short post in defence of the following claim: “It is entirely reasonable that one of a history teacher’s performance management targets should be about reading history.” Before we start, let’s be clear about what we mean. I don’t mean that a PM target should be: “Read some history and then… Continue reading Rate My Teacher(‘s Rating) – Why Reading Academic History Should Be a Performance Management Target
This is intended to be a collaborative blog by me, Matt Stanford, Corinne Goullée and Geraint Brown and we hope that our musings here will be of some interest and possibly some use.