Introducing the Innovate My School Guide 2015/16

Innovate My School

Innovate My School empowers educators to think beyond traditional boundaries, lead proactively and, most importantly, feel inspired. It now entertains an audience of 50,000 educators through its weekly content, with 1,300 guest bloggers and over 2,500 articles published to date.

Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

It’s with a tremendous honour that we bring you the Innovate My School Guide 2015/16. Bringing together 21 none-more-enthusiastic teachers, this publication examines 10 key areas of education to inform the year ahead. It discusses the benefits, pitfalls, learning outcomes and future trends of various pedagogic areas, allowing our experienced contributors to share methods and resource beneficial to schools worldwide.

This Guide is available free-of-charge as a digital publication via our Publications page. What’s more, it will be distributed in high-quality print form at our innovation speed-dating events across the country. See below for a preview:

“3D printing lends itself perfectly to iterative designing, and they will have to be okay with the fact that their first design will probably need improving and printing again.” - Philip Cotton, p. 34.

“Outdoor learning is sometimes treated as a subject rather than integrating the outdoors into ongoing subjects - it needs continued attention and needs to be embedded into other ongoing improvements rather than a one-off improvement focus.” - Juliet Robertson, p.45.

“With flipped learning, pupils learn at their own pace, irrespective of levels of ability. They can recap learning as and when needed, without the teacher needing to stop a lesson. Time spent in lessons can be differentiated easily, with pupils needing the most help being identified quickly.” - Sarah Bedwell, p. 79.

“I have used Minecraft for topic work on Inca buildings, Eden for creating the school of the future, and Angry Birds and Epic Citadel for Literacy and Maths. We must embrace the use of game-based learning to help stimulate and engage our children.” - Graham Andre, p. 90.

The IMS Guide 2015/16 is written for teachers, by teachers, and we’re sure that you’ll find it to be an informative, enjoyable read. Innovate My School is a community-driven organisation, and so we’re thrilled to be sharing this wealth of knowledge with our readers.

Visit www.innovatemyschool.com/publications to read the very first IMS Guide in full.

Read More

Your subscription could not be saved. Please try again.
Your subscription has been successful.

Sign up to our newsletter

Get the best of Innovate My School, directly in your inbox.

What are you interested in?

By signing up you agree to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy.

1,300+ guest writers.
2,500+
ideas & stories. 
Share yours.

Read our editorial calendar 

In order to make our website better for you, we use cookies!

Some firefox users may experience missing content, to fix this, click the shield in the top left and "disable tracking protection"