UKEdMag: April – Issue 04

-The April 2014 edition of the UKEd Magazine is now freely available, hosting a fantastic array of features and articles. Edited by Martin Burrett, this month the e-zine has contributions from:

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Why do you Teach? Isn’t it Obvious?
by Andy Knill
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Cut the Chat and Have some Fun,
by Andy Lewis
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Top 100 UK Educational Blogs –
UKEdMag Exclusive Feature
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Making the SPaG Test a Little more Fun,
by Martin Burrett
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StickMen without Arms, Art & Ideas
by David Moody
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27 Evaluative Writing Prompts to use in Essays,
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Can Teachers be Creative?
by Jo Debens

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Oppi Festival, Helsinki 2014
UKEdMag Report
Speaking up for the Introverted, by UKEdChat
Speaking up for the Introverted, by UKEdChat
Analogue and Digital Differentiation by Mark Anderson
Analogue and Digital Differentiation
by Mark Anderson
Learning through a Lens by Jane Hewitt. UKEdChat Book Review.
Learning through a Lens
by Jane Hewitt. UKEdChat Book Review.

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The Editorial Account of UKEdChat, managed by editor-in-chief Colin Hill, with support from Martin Burrett from the UKEd Magazine. Pedagogy, Resources, Community.

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