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Rachel Jones

Rachel Jones, who loves sharing ideas, is a Google Certified Teacher interested in creativity and innovation in the classroom. She thrives on trying new things and engaging and empowering students. Her blog was a finalist in the 2013 EduBlog awards and was recommended by The Guardian as a must-read for 2014. Rachel is a regular blogger for The Huffington Post and a lively contributor on Twitter @rlj1981. She also curated Don’t Change the Light Bulbs; a must-read anthology of mantras, lists, aphorisms, advice and activities from some of the UK’s most switched-on educators.

Read the TES article about Don’t Change the Light Bulbs.

Click here to watch Rachel at TEDx NorwichED 2016 where she encourages teachers to ‘Unleash your inner Teacher Geek’.

Click here to watch Rachel’s interview as part of TEDx’s Speaker Spotlight Series.


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http://www.createinnovateexplore.com

Publications by Rachel Jones

Teacher Geek

What can you do with a pack of marshmallows and…

Don’t Change the Light Bulbs

Curated by Rachel Jones, Don’t Change the Light Bulbs offers…

There Is Another Way

Edited by Ian Gilbert with chapters by Mark Anderson, Lisa…

Author Blog

An Edu-adventure @paultonspark with @paultonseducate

June 05 2016

Like many teachers and parents I had always thought of Paulton’s Park as a day out for the family rather than an opportunity for a school trip. With half term on the horizon I arranged to visit the park with my gang of children to see what the park has to offer. I am writing […]

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How to help parents to support their child’s learning

May 19 2016

Last week I gave two evening presentations to parents on how to support their child’s learning. It was part of a wider PSHE evening about living with a teenager. I was very keen the focus on how to support children during what can be a very stressful revision period. I decided to make my presentation […]

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