Principles of Attack and Defence in Badminton

Published: 6th March 2019

This resource can be used to support GCSE practical assessment and performance analysis. It can also be used as a teacher aid to understand the principles of attack and defence in badminton.

Lesson Objective / Outcome Prompts

Published: 20th February 2019

These lesson objective / outcome prompts can be used to help you construct more effective learning outcomes and objectives. Whether you use WALT (What Are We Learning Today) or WILF (What Am I Looking For) … Read More

Multi-Abilities and Multiple Intelligence

Published: 3rd August 2013

Here is a copy of a presentation I delivered as part of a TeachMeet. It identifies what Multi-Abilities and Multiple Intelligence mean, why they are important, and how they can be applied to teaching. It … Read More

The Nature of Interaction Between Peers

Published: 16th June 2013

Interventional study to investigate the effects of working with a peer of higher predicted grade on the nature interaction within a set collaborative task in comparison to working with a peer of the same predicted … Read More

Plenary Producer

Published: 12th December 2012

Plenary producer is a great teacher resource that will help give you ideas for plenary activities and mini-plenary activities within your lessons. It outlines a number of plenary tasks and details how to perform them.

Dynamic Lesson Plan Template

Published: 11th December 2012

A dynamic lesson plan template to complete either prior to lessons or to engage students by getting them to complete sections within the lesson.

Temperature Homeostasis Card

Published: 23rd September 2012

Resource card outlines temperature homeostasis, including vasodilation and constriction, hyperthermia and hypothermia, negative feedback loop and thermoregulation. Idea for use within A Level Anatomy and Physiology or Exercise Physiology, it also could be used within … Read More