Friday 8 March saw one week on from the brilliant #PedagooLondon event. It’s been great to see all the ripples of impact from the event. The many attendees going away inspired by the wide variety of amazing sessions on offer and the subsequent blogs talking about what teachers will do, what students have done and the ideas taken from the event.
As always, the #PedagooFriday hashtag was busy with the uplifting stories of amazing teaching, learning, pedagogy and impact in classrooms across the week. Here are a few of them:
— Jon Bridgeman (@Gripweed1) March 8, 2013
#pedagoofriday Students giving up lunch hr to create powerpoint, letter to parents & sign up form for sports charity event they’ve set up.
— Summer Turner (@ragazza_inglese) March 8, 2013
#pedagoofriday wonderful sight yesterday of many of our mums, dads, grannies and Grandads in school reading with their kids.
— Caroline Gibson (@CarolineGibson) March 8, 2013
Me: If 29’s the answer, what’s the question?Answer of the week: There are 33 cows, 2 zombies eat 2 each. How many are left? #pedagoofriday
— Claire Lotriet (@OhLottie) March 8, 2013
#pedagoofriday shocking the little physicists in their bid to find the loudest teacher in the school – 115dB, not bad
— Jo McLaughlin (@JoMcLaughlin10) March 8, 2013
— Charles Parker (@ccpb59) March 9, 2013
— Neil Winton (@nwinton) March 8, 2013