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Irevise is Revision website for GCSE and A Level Students. We are always looking for passionate teachers to join our tutoring community. If possible i would like to talk with someone about possibly having a link to our page featured on your website. Could i discuss this with someone?
Secondary school as a pupil was a ‘battleground’ for me as I felt I was a ‘fish out of water’, largely due to my poor literacy skills and background. Fortunately, my sporting interest and the PE teachers helped me to survive. So when I began teaching Science and P.E. 40 years ago I was determined to explore innovative ways of helping young people who, like me, struggled to learn to succeed, continually researching and experimenting, in trying to discover the answer to:-
What do we most need to learn to overcome the difficulties we are likely to meet to achieve successful, healthy, happy lives?
By the nineties, decades of research (including Dip.Ed. and M.Ed.) including areas as widespread as sport, music, books, film, science and business, provided the simple conclusion that there are 8 skills essential to providing people with good life chances in the 21st century. Unfortunately, only academics or perhaps well-read executives seem to be aware of this, so I have spent 20 years trying to ‘help everyone learn to succeed’ by a numerous approaches eg. Presentations, workshops, training sessions, booklets, writing learning novels with scheme of work and a website containing hundreds of free downloadable resources, video clips.
My first book (2009), “A Wonderful Life?”, aims to provide parents, professionals and young people with an understanding of the difficulties of growing up in the 21st century, why they occur and how they can be overcome. My second book (2012), “Miraculous!”, follows on from the first, focusing particularly on ‘the trouble with boys’.
My website, http://www.successfeelosophy.com was created with government support in 2010, to provide simple, easy to use, free resources for young people, parents and professional – everyone!
Hello there! Would you mind if I share your blog with my zynga group?
There’s a lot of folks that I think would realkly enjoy your content.
Please let me know. Thank you
Hi, my name is Andy McHugh and I blog at http://www.teachingandlearningguru.com about all things education. Come take a look!
You can also follow me on Twitter and Pinterest – @guruteaching
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