Sunday, January 08, 2012


MAW Education Consultations via Skype

December 2011 - MAW Education provides Skype consultations and a course on applying Multiple Intellingences theory to teaching and learning. For details go to:


MAW Publications

December 2011 - MAW Publications (a branch of MAW Education) published two booklets of templates helpful to classroom teachers on how to apply Mutiple Intelligences theory to lesson planning and assessment. For details go to:

MI and Assessment

MI and Lesson Planning


HLTA Assessments in the UK

Meanwhile, when not working abroad, I continue to carry out assessments of teaching assistants who are aspiring to become Higher Level Teaching Assistants (HLTA), travelling up and down the motorways of southern England to schools for children of all ages.


India February - March 2011

A wide range of places and schools visited to run workshops, and in one school give a lecture.

School visited:

Bishop Cotton College - Shimla, Himachal Pradesh.
Budding Buds Senior Secondary School - Tinsukia, Dibrugarh, Assam.
Dehradun Teachers' Centre - representatives from three schools attending; Doaba Public School, Hoshiarpur; Hopetown Girls', Dheradun; Doon School.
Guru Nanak Public School, Ludhiana, Punjab (lecture)
Bal Bharati School, Pitampura, Delhi.
Sunbeam School, Lahartara, Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh.

Thank you all for your warm and generous hopitality.

This visit included a wonderful evening attending the most amazing wedding reception in Chandigarh. Thank you for letting me take part in such an amazing event.


School Inspections in Dubai

January 2nd - 21st, 2011 - Took part in school inspections in Dubai and the desert town of Hatta through UK - CfBT and Dubai - KHDA. Memorable journeys and visits to schools and a fascinating afternoon at the Dubai Museum.


World Internet Summit

November 11th - 14th, 2011 - Attended the World Interent Summit where many inspiring speakers including Tom Hua and Brett McFall spoke and we were able to speak to them.

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