Making Habits & Forcing Change #tmeast

Here is my virtual nano-presentation for TeachMeet East. In two minutes I discuss whether we should set aside new ideas in return for embedding habits in our practice, and some examples of how we might do this in a hectic classroom.

This idea was influenced by Dylan Wiliam’s keynote at the SSAT National Conference 2010, and my previous post on Forcing Change.

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1 thought on “Making Habits & Forcing Change #tmeast”

  1. Absolutely spot on and 100% correct – it’s great to get new ideas and spice things up, but only if it’s something you can easily embed into your teaching. I sometimes think i should only use twitter etc in the holidays when i have time to really consider how any new ideas can help me out in the long run.

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