The idea of threshold concepts is a helpful one, I think, because it encourages educators to interrogate their subject and their teaching of it for the broader, more thematic elements in order to identify ‘what is fundamental to a grasp... Continue Reading →
Asking “how do we learn?” is an important question to consider because, if we are able to unpick the processes that underpin this, then we can better understand how it is that we can (hopefully) teach and learn better. When... Continue Reading →
I had the pleasure, and honour, of attending and presenting at School Library and Youth Services Interest Group's (an interest group of the Library and Information Association of South Africa) biennial conference in Bloemfontein on 28-29th June. The theme of the conference was "Connect,... Continue Reading →
Did I mention I like taking photos in my "spare" time? If you are interested in seeing some of my work, then you can take a look at https://500px.com/johniona Have a great Christmas.
Book review from one of my sixth formers, from our Literature Society. Source: Book Review: My Brother Simple