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What is learning for you?

The above image represents the first school years of many generations of Primary School children in Greece, myself included. This book was the one we loved most, and even now after so many years it brings many memories to mind; … Continue reading

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How to be a good lecturer

I thought to post a quick note here about the forthcoming live chat on “How to be a good lecturer” . The chat officially starts tomorrow Friday 18th of May at 12 BST in the format of posting comments at the end of the … Continue reading

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Reflection – What makes a bad teacher?

3# In contrast with the good memories of caring teachers there were many instances of teachers who were: Distant Alienated from the class and the societal changes Full of prejudices wherein the diverse or different did not fit Without any … Continue reading

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Reflection – What makes a good teacher?

2# Peter Scales’s activities in the chapter “the reflective teacher” put me in a mode that made me think of the teachers I had in the past in a more reflective way. I could even recall the face of many … Continue reading

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