So after much deliberation and research, I’ve decided to specialise into assessments and they way that these can affect us on a personal and psychological level. Each week I’m going to look into a different type of assessment and how this can affect us, such as weekly testing and the link to anxiety and cramming […]
We’ve all woken up for school with the dread of putting on that itchy shirt that strangles your neck, that ugly tie that they insist you do up properly and that skirt they keep telling you to make a respectable length. I used to HATE my school uniforms (I moved around a lot, attended a […]
I’ve decided to focus this week on something that is a large part of this module. Are there any benefits to blogging? Can they enable students to learn independently or are teachers using them as a ‘get out’ so they have less to teach? When blogs were introduced to us in year 2 in the […]
This is the link for the presentation i did based on my Week One blog. I apologise for my nervousness. I find presentations terrifying.
After reading Julie DeNeens’ blog on ‘The virtues of Daydreaming And 30 Other Surprising (And Controversial) Research Findings About How Students Learn’, as the title suggests, I was surprised by some of the findings that have been found into how students learn, and the improvements that could be made to make learning more valuable and […]