Teaching and Learning


Benjamin Zander – How to Give an ‘A’


From Good to Outstanding

In this series of videos, follow teachers as they try to improve their skills. Will they manage to teach an outstanding lesson? Watch the full videos of their journeys…


Partly based on some of the above videos, here are some top tips to help you move from teaching ‘Good‘ lessons to teaching ‘Outstanding‘ lessons.


The Greatest Learning Mind Map in the World

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A great resource for Teaching and Learning methods & ideas:


This is one of Geoff Petty’s fantastic resources:

Active Learning – 25 Ways for Teaching Without Talking (pdf)

Active Learning – 25 Ways for Teaching Without Talking (Word)

Interesting interview with Geoff Petty here.


Presentation and workshop delivered at the UK National Jewish Education Conference for Primary School Teachers

Tuesday 17th January 2017 ~ 19th Tevet 5777

Outstanding Learning for Outstanding Teaching

… and not the other way around

Powerpoint for Conference 2017

Handouts for Conference 2017


Lecture for Jewish Studies Assignment

to School-Centred Initial Teacher Training trainees, January 2017


ARTICLE: Robin Fogarty, Ten Ways to Integrate the Curriculum


Sir Ken Robinson (1950-2020)

Do schools kill creativity?


Changing Education Paradigms

Another powerful presentation from Sir Ken Robinson…

~enhanced with a fantastic animation ~


Dan Pink

Extrinsic Motivation versus Intrinsic Motivation…

what do you think?


What can we do with this knowledge in our schools?