Teachers are busy! Probably busier than ever before. Consequently, teachers find it challenging to find time for themselves, especially for their own professional development. Most professional development is shared through whole-day or half-day workshops. My talk focuses on how the theory of marginal gains and the emerging microlearning culture could revolutionise professional development in the future.
I am a young Primary Head Teacher based in Dubai. Author of WAGOLLTeaching.com, a teaching and learning blog and vlog, I am passionate about teaching and learning, innovation and professional development. I focus my work on improving the smallest aspects of teaching in order to have the biggest impact on learning. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.
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With a keen interest in the neuroscience and psychology of learning, WAGOLL Teaching is about sharing research alongside great, simple teaching ideas to a global teaching community.
Ben has been in education for over 10 years and is passionate about simplifying high quality teaching and learning through innovative and practical approaches in the classroom.