Tag: reflection

Starting the year- Day 1

“Don’t lower your expectations to meet your performance. Raise your level of performance to meet your expectations. Expect the best of yourself, and then do

Easter Reflections

On return to work tomorrow, I’ll be asking my learners to complete some short reflections on their Easter revision. We’ll discuss the other things they

#TMOxford

Before Christmas 2014, I attended the most inspirational TeachMeet to date: one that really lived up to the reputation that TeachMeets have made for themselves

Reflective Practice

The below presentation (click here to view a Google Slides version and download) comes from a guest slot I gave to a CIPD group today on ‘reflective practice.’

Who am I? Am I who I think I am?

These were the questions I scrawled on a ‘what do you want to learn from today’s CPD session’ starter activity. Fairly philosophical questions, as questions

We’re all busy bees!

I finally managed to sit at my desk and get some work done whilst at work today, after two full days of dashing elsewhere around

A Journey to Remember: Auschwitz

Wednesday 30th April 2014 is a date I am certain to never forget. It’s not because of the early start. It isn’t because of the

Learning: what is it all about?

I thought this would be a straightforward blog post to write. I recently stumbled across a reflection I’d written during my PGCE that I wanted

2012- 2013 Reflections

This year has been full of trials and tests for me. I moved to Reading in September with plenty of excitement but with a large dollop