Filling a gap (or just another brick in the wall)
Thursday, 29 July 2010
Websites. We see lots of them every day; scores in a week, hundreds in a month (you get the idea) but what makes the good ones stand out? Why do people return to a website? We are supposed to be in an age of web 2.0 where everything is about interaction and yet a lot of websites annoy me still. T... read more...
Research into the use of technology in Physical Education
Wednesday, 21 July 2010
The dominant discourse in physical education over the last three decades has been focused on the staid pedagogical foundation of the subject. The teaching of physical education seems to have been set and generations of teachers have been content to replicate the practices of their teachers and th... read more...
Being a Piano Player
Tuesday, 20 July 2010
When I was a young rugby player someone said to me "there are two types of Rugby players: Piano Carriers and Piano Players and you, my son, are a carrier; now let the players' play and the carriers' carry." He was less than subtly telling me that as a forward I should do the heavy lifting and hau... read more...
Friday, 16 July 2010
I started working with student-designed games (SDG) last year and was excited by the depth of learning it engendered in my pupils. I have subsequently left secondary education and now work in a university but my interest in SDG has remained. We have started to use snippets of these ideas with our... read more...
- Filling a gap (or just another brick in the wall)
- Research into the use of technology in Physical Education
- Being a Piano Player
- Student-designed games
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