As we get closer and closer to a new year I like to reflect on the year that was by sharing my top 10 posts of the year. Hopefully, this gives you something to read and delve into over the break with it is summer or winter for you (or the same as every other day like me in Singapore).
Here are my top 10 posts of 2017 (based on social media shares and page views). ENJOY!
10 – School Curriculum – is it still relevant? – a post inspired by the day-to-day practice of working in a school.
9 – Social Media and Your Teen – an insight into how our teens use Social Media – one of the best professional development sessions we ran for our parents BY our students – totally inspiring!
8 – 4 ways to improve teacher professional learning – my top suggestions on how to improve professional learning in your school.
7 – The Top 12 EdTech Tools of 2017/18 – the favorite EdTech tools used on a daily basis in 2017 at my school to inspire and improve teaching and learning now and into the future.
6 – 5 tips for setting up a class VR kit – After introducing VR into the mainstream of every classroom at my school, I teamed up with a colleague to write a 5 step process on how you can create your own class VR kit relevant to every day learning.
5 – 3 ways to instill a greater sense of global digital citizenship in your students – A HUGE topic of interest in every school – here are some ways to make it relevant and obvious in your school.
3 – How to integrate fidget spinners into your curriculum – The craze that was Fidget Spinners hit hard in my school – so when I saw my colleague integrating these into her classroom I had to ask her to share her resources here!
2 – 10 things I want to tell parents – the title says it all! Have a read – I am sure they will sit well with you …
1 – The Top 8 Professional Reads for Educators 2017 – My Top 8 list of the best professional learning reads for educators this year.
Thank you for your support in 2017 and I look forward to engaging and collaborating with you in 2018 and beyond. Check out my Speaking page to see where I will be next so we can meet face to face.