This months blog inspiration comes from the TV show RuPaul's Drag Race. If you haven’t seen RuPaul’s Drag Race, imagine a mash up of Project Runway and The Apprentice but with Drag Queens and you won’t be far off the mark. What has this got to do with education or my hybrid role I hear you ask, well as I have been watching the series unfold over the last few weeks it has occurred to me that communication is at the show’s core.
My first blog entry as a Digital Schoolhouse lead teacher - how exciting! I am a relative baby to this being at the start of my first year with the Digital Schoolhouse movement which seems to have come a long way in a relatively short space of time - a little like the small school in Devon for which I teach, Totnes Progressive School. My own background is in Music Technology having worked my way, over the past 20 years, through further an
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We're so pleased to introduce Nick, lead teacher at Totnes Progressive School in Devon, who will be sharing his journey as a brand new lead teacher. Nick will be writing a monthly blog about his experience as he settles into the role of lead teacher for Digital Schoolhouse. He'll be revealing his challenges and successes, as well as the highlights and moments worth sharing.
We’re excited to be flying the DSH flag in Istanbul this week, as we attend aninternational conference on “policies, practices and qualifications in early childhood education”.
The last month has been a whirlwind for Digital Schoolhouse.
We’re thrilled to be releasing our brand new workshop resources! Developed by our curriculum content developer, Estelle Ashman, and her development team, our new workshop materials will be teaching the Computing curriculum in true DSH fashion using our unique play-based approach and featuring innovative ideas that will spark the imagination of any child!