Last one, I promise!

I should have said at the the start of this series of waffles that it should have been a trilogy. Apart from possibly putting me in the same league as Tolkien and Pullman – let me have my dreams – it would have prepared you for the series. Now you returned to find that the subject of my writing hasn’t changed at all and you are going to have to listen/read to another waffle about targets! I’ve felt that I have neglected my first ‘t’ of this site’s tagline, so this week I am going to waffle about setting targets for children…

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Personal Waffle – Confession time!

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Every now and again, I feel that I would like to write more of a personal waffle. When I say personal, I mean that rather than sharing my views or thoughts about teaching, technology and twaddle, I mean that I want to tell you something about myself and how this impacts on my learning and, in some cases, my teaching. This is going to be one of those waffles and I am going to start with a confession…

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Wilson Waffling Live – Episode 33 – Placement and Progression #wilwafflive

After a stressful weekend with the leveling up software, it was a great to sit back and enjoy waffling live. This week I talk about progression within my own teaching and provide some advice about completing placements. Also, I had some great questions asked – including “Can science and religion…

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Do I encourage progression?

After talking about the difference between working in primary education and higher education last week, my thoughts this week has turned to something which I have been thinking about for a long time – so long that I’m not sure whether I have already written a waffle about it. If I already have then I apologise because I feel the need for speed…I meant o waffle about it again. So split into your ability groups, grab your resources and lets waffle about differentiation.

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