Now That’s Primary Blogging Volume Four

So here is Volume Four, a few more posts than normal included on account of half-term. Please send this on and help to spread the brilliance that exists amongst primary bloggers!

1. Cohesion in the Teaching of Writing, via @michaelt1979:
http://michaelt1979.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/cohesion-in-the-teaching-of-writing

2.Improving children’s writing, from @ChrisChivers2:
http://www.inclusionmark.co.uk/index.php/learningteaching/learning-and-teaching-ideas/classroom-practice/english/framing-writing

3. Debut blog on the demands and rewards of teaching, courtesy of @nicewens:
http://nicewens.wordpress.com/2014/02/07/on-my-knees/

4. The problems associated with rewarding children’s behaviour, via @MooreLynne1:
http://villageschoolhead.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/what-do-good-kids-get-short-blog-post.html?m=1

5. Be true to yourself when you teach, via @HeyMissSmith:
http://heymisssmith.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/how-to-be-happy-teacher.html?m=1

6. Indicators of an outstanding lesson, via @MaryMyatt:
http://marymyatt.com/blog/2014-02-02/outstanding-some-indicators

7. @HeyMissSmith again: this time, the problem with grading teachers:
http://heymisssmith.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/how-to-judge-teacher.html?m=1

8. Context-free writing- a strategy for increasing engagement, via @prawnseye:
http://wp.me/p4f2kH-A

9. From @Sue_Cowley, the rights and wrongs of baseline testing in Reception:
http://suecowley.wordpress.com/2014/02/11/fair-test/

10. @nancygedge and how to go about getting the behaviour you want from children:
http://notsoordinarydiary.wordpress.com/2014/02/11/useful-holes/

11. Promoting school and class Twitter accounts, via @RachelOrr:
http://highheelsandhighnotes.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/school-and-class-twitter-accounts-week-6/

12. The importance of resilience in learning, courtesy of @ChrisChivers2:
http://www.inclusionmark.co.uk/index.php/learningteaching/learning-and-teaching-ideas/personalisation/resilience

13. Lines we have all at least thought of using in the classroom, via @ClassroomTruths:
http://classroomtruths.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/phrases-i-use-in-my-classroom/

14. @InstinctiveMum on losing sight of why children are at school: http://instinctivemum.com/education-2/robot-number-478/

15. Getting children outside, via @ugglymuggly:
http://secretworldofahousewife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/02/project-wild-thing-and-our-childrens.html#.Uv01jQ9NM9Q.twitter

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3 thoughts on “Now That’s Primary Blogging Volume Four

  1. I really enjoyed reading this. Thank you for a positive outlook. I couldn’t agree more. If every teacher took on board all the new things you we’re supposed to do then teachers would all be the same and children would be bored!

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