es, you did just see the trailer for the new Star Wars film appear on your timeline as a waffle from me. I do like Star Wars and of course I am super excited about the new film, but that is not the reason it is appearing as a waffle. Why is it here? Well because it is an excellent starting point for learning.
Christmas in school is excellent! In order to get ready in time and enjoy the full festive season within your classroom you need to be prepared and enjoy the build up from the first day of December – well that’s what I thought. This is my excuse to post this waffle of my Christmas Collection Waffles! Enjoy and…well…ho ho ho!
It was half way through the week that I thought I would write this waffle but I have been trying to decided whether or not I am enough of an expert to actually waffle about the topic. Initially it was going to be about the joy of reading and or books, but I thought, after reading an online article, I would also put some technology in there as well. So if you are sitting comfortably and with a humble apology to all you literacy experts out there, I shall begin.
If you follow me on Twitter you will realise that this waffle might not actually be my first attempt at writing this. My first attempt just would not come together this morning, so after a couple of hours retyping and releasing my frustration in tweets, I have changed tact again and decided to waffle the second part of last week’s waffle. How I use technology with resources.
This week’s waffle is something a little bit different. Rather than letting work take over my waffling, I thought I would provide you with something to look/listen to rather than not waffling at all. So if you are interested, here are some of my past mathematics puzzles and interviews from …