Celebrating digital skills in Welsh teaching

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The NDLE brings together educators from across Wales to identify and share examples of good digital practice currently taking place in schools and colleges across Wales.

Changes to the Welsh curriculum mean digital skills are now developed and taugh..

Have a break… have a Twitter break

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It’s that time of year again where being a teacher is probably more stressful than ever. Teachers are worrying about how their classes will be getting on with their exams or phonics tests and classrooms are hotter than ever. There has been talk on Twitter today about an article on the Tes website about bloggers and a number of educators who share on Twitter have been getting a bit hot under the collar about it. The irony of a teacher blogging about those who blog isn’t lost on me, but the reaction of some teachers might have been exacerbated by the heat, the long term, the stresses of the job or maybe – the keyboard warrior in you just needs to step away from the keyboard for a bit…?
A tweet caught my eye this evening from @thatboycanteach and it got me looking forward to the Summer holidays.
Looking for some real sensible answers on this one:
What do you do, as someone working in education, to get re-inspired?
— That Boy Can Teach (@thatboycanteach) June 20, 2017
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