I am an A Level Philosophy, Ethics and Religious Studies teacher. I have taught between 80 – 150 R.S students per year, for the past nine years.
I also manage a small team of Coaches dedicated to enhancing Teaching, Learning and Assessment.
Three years ago I completed a MEd (Masters in Education) at the University of Cambridge focusing on Dialogic Learning.
After having huge success on SlideShare, with my power points being viewed over a quarter of million times, I started to think that I have so much more to share that may be of interest to other students and teachers outside my college.
So this Blog will document my on-going findings, reflections and tips for both teachers and students.
Feel free to comment or ask questions on any blog post and I will happily respond.
You can download all my materials and resources on TES and can be found via: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/IThinkThereforeITeach (Note: Due to unforeseen circumstances the Bamazoo website (where you could download the resources) is no longer available. I have updated all the links on the blog to take you directly to TES but if I happen to have missed any and you are transferred to Bamazoo please let me know so I can update the page.)
I would also like to say a huge thank you to Megan Watts, my extremely talented former student who has kindly created the profile picture for my blog. Check out http://www.Etsy.com/uk/shop/DarceyStrangeways
and https://www.instagram.com/darceystrangeways/ to see more of her fantastic creations.