Author Archives: Lynne Jones

About Lynne Jones

Primary teacher.

Pedagoo Primary: Supporting ITE students and NQTs

One of the learning conversations in round 2 of Pedagoo Primary was entitled: Developing Partnerships to Support ITE students/NQTs: could we do it better? This conversation was led by Caroline Breyley, HT in a small school in Shetland and Associate Tutor for the University for the Highlands & Islands and Rebekah Hutton, an NQT teaching in Fife.

Listen to the learning conversation led by Caroline and Rebekah below:

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Pedagoo Primary: Using blogs and social media in the classroom

Mary Jalland is a P1 teacher at Westquarter Primary School in Falkirk.

Ellie is the class mascot for P1 at Westquarter PS

Ellie is the class mascot for P1 at Westquarter PS

This learning conversation at Pedagoo Primary was all about how the use of a class blog and social media on a daily basis can enrich the children’s learning and build relationships with parents and the community.

The conversation ended with some comments about internet safety beyond the classroom. Listen to the discussion below.

Visit the class blog or tweet Ellie and the class.

You can find Blue Ellie getting all scientific on twitter too.

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Pedagoo Primary: Learning Superheroes

Lynsey Binnie and Alison Adams teach at Lasswade Primary School in Midlothian.  They led a learning conversation at #PedagooPrimary entitled: Using ‘Learning Superheroes’ to develop growth mindsets in the Early Years.

They shared their work on developing growth mindsets in the Early Years through the use of ‘Learning Superheroes’. They drew upon relevant theory and research to discuss how this impacts upon what children perceive a ‘good learner’ to be.

Listen to the audio from Lynsey and Alison’s first conversation of the morning: 
 
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