David Chalk has been a Secondary Science teacher for 11 years. He has taught from KS3 to 5 and is a firm believer in being innovative within his teaching and loves using new pedagogical techniques. David's motto is 'If you keep trying the same old things, you'll keep getting the same old results'. Imaginative teaching ideas help stimulate students and improve student retention. He has been the second in department for five years, and has interests in CPD, resource development and teacher training. Facebook: @teachlikeahero
Box set binging, is it a good thing? Some people would argue for and an equal amount against. When you are watching a full series you get to know the characters, not forget what happened in the previous episode and understand the plot of the series. I realise at this point you’re probably thinking that you were going to read an article on a speed lesson taught using zombies, however, everything should become apparent shortly. At some point over the summer when I decided to watch The Walking Dead, in-between thinking that every episode is basically the same, I noted down in the margin of my planner ‘teach a lesson using zombies’. About three weeks ago, I found this this note. This is my story about what happened next.