Ways to focus on your teaching



What a treasure trove of teaching techniques! Whatever else you read this week, don’t miss this article by Tom Sherrington where he posits that focusing on one teaching skill at a time is much more beneficial than trying to develop in all areas at once. Then he suggests 10 different areas to practise, from reviewing to mini-whiteboards, ‘Michaela’ feedback and Turbo-challenge – there’s more where these came from, with links to more information. Which one are you going to choose?

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