To me, the view from Snowdon’s summit as the sun sets is inspiring, especially when the only other person on this honeypot peak was my brother whose 30th birthday it was. I find it hard to think of being inspiring to anyone, but I had a great chat with Kelly Long a little while ago about my thoughts around technology, particularly mobile devices. I hope you enjoy the episode and check out the other great educators on the Inspiration 4 Teachers podcast which is a great resource.
" You can't start a fire, You can't start a fire without a spark" Bruce Springsteen. Well, it's been a fair while since I felt the motivation or the need to blog. Whilst not a story for now, over the past five years I've danced along the knife edge and, often, the call of the abyss has been both tempting and compelling. Certainly, my failing in both my personal and professional life have been numerous. But. This is not about me, but the people that have (re)ignited the spark to the fire in my soul. I realise that this is from the perspective of a privileged, white, middle class male view. I even have a beard. I am scared of getting it wrong on this topic. Teach me if I am wrong, it is from the position of a learner. I was looking forward to the GA Conference this year, the first face to face since 2019. I have to say that Alan , as president, and the Geographical Association's team did a fantastic job at being inclusive. The hybrid format allowed peopl