5th June 2014

The Joy of Lists

When I started Games for Good, I imagined that it would operate in two main areas, Games for Learning and Games / Gamification for personal achievement .  The former is what I have been doing for the past few years, […]


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4th June 2014

Differentiation – not just for the classroom

As someone who has spent many years designing courses in various subjects, I have written more lesson plans than I care to remember.  One of the things I find endlessly fascinating is how different learners absorb information, and the different […]


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4th June 2014

Full marks – too much and not enough

My seven-year-old daughter got 30/30 in her Maths SATs.  I say this, not from the boastful point of view of a proud parent, but from the point of view of a disappointed educator. OK, I’ll fess up before I even […]


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