The Blog: January 2015 Archives

Thanks for stopping by at the “Map Your Learning” blog. The articles you find here are mainly written by me – Adam Samuel. I am fascinated by how we learn and the best ways to learn. Therefore many of these blog articles are the result of inspiration from places that I have been to, people that I have spoken to and learnt from and things that I have read. I encourage you to interact and positively add to my thoughts and musings with your own comments. If you would like to submit a guest blog please get in contact.

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TTT 012 : Understanding Autism and Asperger Syndrome with Dr Wenn Lawson (Show Notes)

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how a person relates to and communicates with other people and the world around them. According to the National Autistic Society, there are around 1 in 100 people with autism. In this interview of episode TTT… Read More

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TTT 015 : Why Reading is Crucial in the Rehabilitation of Prisoners with Lesley Graham (Show Notes)

  In this interview TTT015 with Lesley Graham, we discuss the importance of education and literacy skills in prison. As an educated woman with a degree in Social Administration, Psychology and Criminology Lesley volunteered during her time in prison as a Toe-by… Read More

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SET A GOAL AND ACHIEVE IT! What completing the London Marathon has taught me.

April 26th 2015 was a bitterly cold morning – too cold to be wearing skimpy running shorts. Perhaps it felt even colder to me because only two days previously I had been basking in glorious sunshine in Southern Spain. Instead, I now found myself in Greenwich… Read More

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TTT 009 : Twitter : A Powerful Collaborative Tool for Teachers with Joe Dale (Show Notes)

In this episode (TTT 09) of The Teaching Tips and Tales Podcast, we learn about how social media can be a powerful tool for teachers and educators to collaborate and share ideas. Joe Dale is a consultant and expert who regularly travels the world to offer practical… Read More

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Stop saying um err...

Do you have a friend who overuses any of these words? I have to admit I have been guilty in the past of privately mocking some footballers for their inarticulate post match interviews. Their poor communication skills, I put down to down to an imbalance between… Read More



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