THIS MONTH IN MUSIC

Latest Music:
  • Academy of St. Martin in the Fields & Sir Neville Marriner / Concerto grosso in F, Op. 6, No. 2: I. | Brain Food
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  • Phil Mison / Marisi | Chill Out
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    06:44
  • Kid Rock / All Summer Long | Enjoy
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    04:56
  • Cyndi Lauper / True Colours | Think
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    03:46
  • Gioachino Rossini / William Tell Overture | Wake Up
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    03:33
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THIS MONTH IN VIDEO

Your Brain on Coffee - ASAP Science
Big Buck Bunny Animation
Austin's Butterfly
Are schools killing creativity?

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Sir John Jones: magic weaving

June 2016 – University of Sussex Some key ideas from the talk given by Sir John Jones to a large group of trainee teachers at Sussex University this summer. It was remarkably inspiring. “Magic weaving” The three most important words to an educator should be ‘children, children, children’, nothing else too catchy or well-thought out just … Continue reading →

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Training in Ethiopia

August 2016 Bingham Academy, Addis Ababa A long flight from London Gatwick to Addis Ababa via Dubai brought me to Bingham Academy, a mission school in the heart of the bustling city. It was rainy season. Proper rain. Can’t see the roads kind of rain. For three months of the year, the quality of road … Continue reading →

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Blended Learning Approaches in Science

I was delighted to be invited to present at the Education Show this month in Birmingham in the Maths and Science Theatre. I based my presentation around the use of IntoScience in my classroom and how it enhances practical elements of science teaching. IntoScience is fairly new on the science noticeboard but I have been … Continue reading →

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