Author: Chelle Oldham Chelle has been an educator in schools, colleges and universities since 2005 with expertise and published work across Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary, FE and HE. Experienced teacher educator who has achieved all teaching certificates covering 3-11yrs, 11-18yrs and 14-19yrs enabling Chelle to gain experience of all educational age-groups. Chelle started her careerContinue reading “Lived Realities of Learning Education & Teaching: asking hard questions”
Tag Archives: Learning
Temperature Check – The Value of Education
Highlights from the online survey (so far)
Every adult who answered the survey believed that their own knowledge of English, Maths (some Science) had increased since beginning their Home Education journey
Home Education Voices: A Family Narrative of How Education is Valued and If/Where Education Capital is Transferred.￼
Opportunity to participate in some unique and timely Home Education Research.
Real Life Solutions: Juggling Home-Working & Children’s Learning?
Top Tips for Balancing Work and Children’s Learning in 2021
“Don’t be afraid to be controversial”
It never occurred to me that my 20 year career would stand as the evidence of my children receiving “efficient, suitable education”
Blogging: a steep but necessary learning curve
Things I learned this month, (1) use a title that tells the readership what your blog is about. It may help to avoid hours of anguish. I often forget to remain in the present rather than being taken back to high school memories I would rather forget existed. (2) People will comment. The good, the bad and the down-right ugly. It can be difficult to send the inner voice out into this very public arena, only to have negative comments added in a relatively short space of time. Prepare oneself mentally and emotionally