Resources for Teaching

    Search resources
    Newcastle Martia... posted a link on 17 August 2011 - 1:32pm.

    Neijiaquan website

    The ancient Chinese martial arts are veiled in mystery.
    Each school teaches its own unique approach to the experience of self defence.
    Historically, the training methods and applications of the different schools were closely guarded.
    The most secretive and inaccessible were the neijia schools.

    Neijiaquan employs taoist insights and principles.
    The teachings are counter-intuitive, puzzling and cryptic.
    They cannot be explained using words.
    In order to understand, you must do.

    Not everyone is capable or willing to explore the hidden teachings of the arcane arts.

    Read more

    Gemma Ronson posted a link on 18 May 2011 - 11:29am.

    Teachfind

    This site contains all of the now defunct Teachers TV videos plus loads of useful resources from other UK education sites.

    Read more

    ladder4learning posted a link on 7 April 2010 - 12:40pm.

    Ladder4learning resources

    Some of our resources have been produced by ladder4learning while some have been produced elsewhere and we have provided a link to them.

    Where resources have not been produced by ladder4learning, every effort has been made to seek permissions and credit the appropriate sources.

    Please note that while every effort is made to ensure that all information is accurate, valid and up to-date all site content is provided 'as is' without warranty of any kind.

    For ease of use, the resources have been organised under the following headings, please follow the appropriate link:

    Read more

    [video]Claire Medcalf posted a video on 27 February 2009 - 4:18pm.
    See video

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off - Traditional Teaching Clip

    Ferris Bueller's Day Off - Traditional Teaching Clip

    Read more

    Subhashri D V posted a link on 16 February 2009 - 4:14pm.

    My website

    Read more

    [video]Claire Medcalf posted a video on 26 January 2009 - 2:50pm.
    See video

    Specialist Subject

    Everyone has a specialist subject. What's yours? If you haven't signed up to teach yet, create a teaching profile and share your knowledge for love or money.

    Read more

    gavin bayfield posted a link on 13 January 2009 - 1:13pm.

    Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men - Home

    The homepages of the Chanctonbury Ring Morris Men...

    The Team performs regularly across sussex and sometimes further afield during the summer.

    We practice on Wednesday evenings near Henfield, lifts available from most areas - get in touch if you'd like to try it!

    'Bagman' - Richard 01273 492 386 e-mail: [email protected]
    'Squire' - Keith 07770 643 713 e-mail: [email protected]

    Read more

    Andy Gibson posted a link on 23 November 2008 - 5:35pm.

    Inspired teaching - free e-course

    My friend Nick worked on this course with a friend of his who has sadly passed away, but he's made it available now for free in his memory. It includes a PDF guide plus two hours of supporting audio comprising seven easy lessons in how to identify what you know and competently teach it.

    As Nick says, "we would love you to have access to Rick’s material free of charge – with just one condition – please use the material to teach what you have to share."

    Might be of interest to all those "long-time learners, first-time teachers" out there?

    Read more

    Andy Gibson posted a note on 18 November 2008 - 3:21pm.

    Becoming a teacher

    This week a couple of friends of mine asked me to teach them how the web works, and the basics of what they'd need to know to commission their own websites. So I found myself in the strange position of being their teacher for the evening. I think I did okay, so here's what I did, and what I learnt:

    1. I asked them what they wanted to learn. (Easy to miss this one.) They basically had enough questions to build a clear map of the lesson, and it meant I could use examples from their lives to illustrate my points.

    Read more

    Bishwajit Chakma posted a link on 15 July 2017 - 3:23am.

    Constructing Vocabulary In Your Homeschool

    The instructing methods can be divided into mass instruction strategies, individualized learning techniques, and group studying methods. Findings from several studies of workplace variety training reveal that instruction in the affective area can have unintended destructive outcomes. However it’s additionally why lesson examine could be a fragile enterprise in the United States. As soon as they permit the door to shut you can provide them a treat by the wiring. Because they're very literal at this age, it is best to offer things such as a sticker or stamp.

    Read more

    [video]Martin Stephenson posted a video on 12 September 2011 - 4:29am.
    See video

    The Windmill & The Islands Part 1

    Part 1 of 4 of a Tutorial by English Landscape Artist and Tutor Martin Stephenson living in Bulgaria. For Private tuition,Art Clubs, Classes and Yoga & Art Holidays in beautiful Sozopol, Bulgaria.

    Read more

    International Ce... posted a Document on 20 April 2011 - 4:25pm.

    Standards and Globalization

    The article briefly discusses how a cognitive process perspective supports both the acquisition of academic standards and the development of individual proficiencies. (PDF, 5 pages, 38kb]

    Read more

    Kansas City Voca... posted a link on 12 September 2010 - 10:09pm.

    Kansas City Vocal Institute

    The Kansas City Vocal Institute provides affordable and professional voice lessons, performance opportunities, and music education for children and adults in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. We provide voice and music education taught by area teachers and professional musicians.

    Lessons and classes are given at several local colleges and other areas across the Kansas City Metropolitan Area. We also provide free music training for the underpriviledged children and families of Kansas City through scholarships. Please contact us for more information.

    Read more

    lottie child posted a link on 2 May 2010 - 3:57pm.

    Free Education

    DO YOU SEE AN URGENT NEED FOR FREE, ENVIRONMENTALLY JOINED UP, CREATIVE, EDUCATION? –universities charge to set us up for a life time of debt, teaching hours for tutors are cut, facilities reduced. IF YOU are a teacher and want to teach, an artist and want to create, or a local and want to be part of a community!

    Would you like to be involved? with Summer School at Spitalfields City Farm? We're looking for people who live in Bethnal Green and E1 to create a summer of free talks and events based in thinking about the locality.

    Read more

    Turner Contemporary posted a link on 22 April 2010 - 2:43pm.

    Turner Contemporary's Time of Our Lives Project Helps Thanet's Gateway Plus Celebrate Diversity

    Read more

    Turner Contemporary posted a link on 22 April 2010 - 2:37pm.

    Art Daily publicises Turner Contemporary's Time of Our Lives Project

    Read more

    Jeni Hawkswell posted a note on 23 October 2009 - 1:09pm.

    RNCM Gamelan Weekend

    Saturday 28 to Sunday 29 November
    RNCM GAMELAN WEEKEND

    This year the RNCM will be hosting one of the UK's largest festivals of Gamelan in over 10 years! Featuring the South Bank Gamelan Players, The Hallé, Wigan Instrumental Teaching Service, An introduction to Javanese puppetry, workshops, and much more.

    Read more

    Jeni Hawkswell posted a note on 22 October 2009 - 2:03pm.

    RNCM Saxophone Day

    On November 15th 2009 the RNCM is hosting it's annual Saxophone Day, featuring masterclasses, workshops and concerts by world renowned saxophonists, such as Simon Willescroft, The National Saxophone Choir of Great Britain, Vincent David, Carl Raven and also a huge trade exhibition, featuring the leading UK and International saxophone manufacturers and retailers.

    Read more

    Dougald Hine posted a Blog entry on 5 August 2009 - 3:39pm.

    Come and teach in a tree!

    If you go down to the park this summer, you might get a big surprise - at least if it's Regents Park in London.

    The Treehouse Gallery

    Read more


    Unlimited Resources

    Every member of School of Everything can add notes, links, videos, images, documents and other things to the site that help people learn or teach a particular subject. If you're learning, you can use it to keep track of your progress in your subjects and all the things that help you learn like useful websites or how-to videos.

    If you're teaching, you can share useful resources and advice that you think will help people learn you subjects. You can tag each resource post with one or more subjects, and your posts will appear to other people looking for those subjects.

    Learn more.

    Don't be shy, say hello. We'd love to hear from you.


    [email protected]

    Stay safe

    School of Everything is all about meeting up in the real world. Here are some tips on how to arrange your learning and teaching safely.